Our doors first opened in January 2007 and we offer meeting and workshop space, kitchen facilities, a few office resources, and a large garden.  We recently added a small reference library from donated books, which we hope will grow.                             The mosaic workshops  of  Save The World Club are also accommodated here. Leaflets and current information about environmental organisations are held here and there is a growing resource of environmental information of all kinds.

The Centre is currently run as a partnership between Save the World Club and newly constituted Kingston Environment Centre group with the kind support of the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. Its aims are broadly to support the development of a sustainable Kingston. It is acting as a resource centre for organisations and individuals who are actively working for a sustainable environment. We are also starting the process of becoming a Charitable organisation.

We would appreciate voluntary help of all kinds and if you feel you have any time you would like to offer please either attend Volunteer Day  any Monday (except bank holidays)  when we are open from  10 am until 4pm or ring Jean on 020 8549 2698.

The Kingston Environment Centre occupies the former Fairfield Nursery School site and is adjacent to the Kingfisher Swimming Pool, and the Fairfield Bus Station.

Kingston Environment Centre

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