Two and a half protestors (I has to trim the photo for the home page) with a Palestinian flag and placards reading 'Stop annexation in Palestine, Sanctions'
people standing under trees at dusk with night-lights on the ground
A group of about fourteen people standing spaced out in a circle in a park in dappled sunshine around a banner on the grass
hand-painted placard with drawings of a mountain (world military spending) and a molehill (money needed to end world poverty)
banner in the sun, war causes climate change, climate change causes war

Forthcoming meetings

All meetings have been cancelled until further notice because of the coronavirus. We normally meet at the Kingston Quaker Centre on the second Wednesday of every month.

Update 5 September 2020: our stalls will be restarting in the market place in Kingston, and we shall be holding KPC meetings online. If you are already on our email list you will be informed of these by email. If not let Gill know -- see the Contacts page.

Wednesday 8th April 2020 CANCELLED
CANCELLED Monthly meeting at 7.45pm at Kingston Quaker Centre, Fairfield East, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2PT (map and directions). All welcome.

Wednesday 29th April 2020 CANCELLED
CANCELLED David Wearing will come to speak about the links between the UK and Saudi Arabia. Organised in collaboration with the Department of Politics, Human Rights and International Relations and the Centre for Human Rights Solidarity and Practice at Kingston University.
This event will be at a different venue: Room JG0003, John Galsworthy building, Kingston University (Penrhyn Road campus), Penrhyn Road, Kingston KT1 2EE. 6pm to 7.30pm. All welcome. Free, donations accepted.

Welcome to KPC/CND

We are a local group providing a focus for people in Kingston and the surrounding area who wish to work for international understanding, the peaceful resolution of conflict, the abolition of nuclear weapons and an end to the arms race and general disarmament. We publish a monthly newsletter Kingston Peace News.

Subscription rates £8 annually, £10 family membership, £3 unwaged.

Our activities include:

We are affiliated to Network for Peace, where you can find information about other local peace groups in the UK, national organisations working for peace, and a comprehensive listing of future events organised by other groups -- demonstrations, talks, concerts etc -- in this area and throughout the UK.

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'Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has'
Margaret Mead, anthropologist