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  • Exciting planting plans take root in Salford

    We’ve just had the news that we’ve been hoping for. Emmaus Salford has been awarded a Sir Robert McAlpine Strong Foundations Grant to help with the development of our community garden. This grant will now open the door to local food growing, horticulture training and personal development, and improved wellbeing Read more [...]

  • Project Update: October 2020

    This month we have donated 4 more pillows! At HOPE we support children of all ages with epilepsy – whether they are a baby or an almost adult, no matter if they have had epilepsy for years or have just been diagnosed. Donating pillows is just one of the key Read more [...]

  • Manchester Histories DigiFest 2020

    Manchester Histories applied to the Sir Robert McAlpine Foundations Grant, supported by Semble in February 2020 and we were really excited to hear that our application was successful. It meant so much to us in the mist of a changing world. The grant supported three young disabled artists from Manchester Read more [...]

  • News from the Community Gardens October 2020

    News from the Community Gardens October 2020 Update      We hope that you are all still keeping well. Autumn is most definitely here and with the shorter days it sometimes feels as though we are on borrowed time before winter draws in but there is still lots looking great in the Read more [...]

  • Litter Fish

    Thank you everyone that joined Thames21 at Quainton Street Open Space to help the river Brent. The 19th of September was World Clean-Up Day. People from all over the world joined this green wave of clean-ups, including ourselves! On the day the group was subdivided into three smaller group according Read more [...]

  • Project Update: August/September 2020

    In August and September we have so far donated 7 more anti-suffocation pillows to families across London. We are so glad we have the opportunity and are able to help these families (thanks to the funding from Greggs). Here is one story from a parent of how the Anti-Suffocation Pillow Read more [...]

  • News from the Community Gardens September 2020

    News from the Community Gardens September 2020                                                     Grape vine doing well at the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Plot. Update      We hope that you are all still keeping well. With the recent covid restrictions being tightened we’ve had to keep session numbers Read more [...]

  • Wild Trails Haircut

    The trend of getting a “lockdown haircut” was not just for our team members but also our wild trails path on the east bank of the River Leven. Exercise was important during the lockdown, with government guidelines allowing an hour of outdoor exercise which was later extended to unlimited outdoor Read more [...]

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