Transition Town Milton Keynes - Monthly Social Evening

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Transition Town Milton Keynes - Monthly Social Evening

A conversational space for people to gather and share thoughts on practical actions we can take together in response to the climate crisis.

By Transition Town Milton Keynes

When and where

Date and time

Wed, 7 Dec 2022 19:00 - Wed, 6 Dec 2023 20:15 GMT


Aiimi 100 Avebury Boulevard Milton Keynes MK9 1FH United Kingdom

About this event

Join us for our monthly social every first Wednesday of the month

This event is an opportunity for us to have an informal chat about all things “green” and sustainable in Milton Keynes, and to discuss how we can create climate resilient communities through practical action, together.

It is open to anybody 16+ who is concerned about the climate and nature crises, with each session having a focus on topics our group members have said they want to explore together in an informal environment over some refreshments.

Please visit the TTMK website for updates on each month's event speakers and special guests.


Our evening discussion will be held in the offices of Aiimi Ltd from 7pm to 8.15pm; a short walk from Milton Keynes Central train station and Planet Ice, at 100 Avebury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, MK9 1FH.

A big thank you to our friends at Aiimi Ltd, a socially responsible business leading the way in Milton Keynes, and kindly supporting us by providing the space for our group to meet.

Further Info

Transition Town Milton Keynes is a group of local people concerned about the urgent need to address the climate and ecological crises.

We are working together to improve the resilience of communities in Milton Keynes, which we do through practical actions that advocate for a low carbon lifestyle and social and economic justice.

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If you have any ideas for subjects you would like us to cover in our events, or if you would like to be a part of our organising team, please let us know by emailing us at:

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