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  • Recycled Rubbish

    Hi all, I work for the theatre company Theatre-Rites and we are currently working on a exciting project called ‘Recycled Rubbish‘. ‘Recycled Rubbish’ imagines a world that celebrates its rubbish; where at the touch of a puppeteer’s hand, the contents of a bin bag can transform before your eyes. Inspired by Read more [...]

  • Friday Club

    C4WS Homeless Project runs a Friday Club every week in King’s Cross between 11am – 2pm for the homeless, vulnerable and isolated. As well as offering lunch the Club provides hospitality, companionship and welfare support to anyone in need. We are looking for volunteer chefs/teams to come in and prepare Read more [...]

  • Mile Road Pocket Park

    With the local community, we are going to turn a patch of urban wasteland into a pocket garden. We will create a green public space featuring attractive native flora, wildlife friendly structures such as bug hotels and bird boxes, educational boards describing local heritage and nature, extra-sensory plants, street furniture, Read more [...]

  • WEA Greening Wingrove Project

    Supporting people in Wingrove and New Mills to live sustainably Greening Wingrove is a community partnership project to support the people of Wingrove, Newcastle upon Tyne to live sustainably through growing, recycling and saving energy – helped by BIG Lottery’s Communities Living Sustainably Fund. The partners in the BIG Lottery’s Read more [...]

  • Love Local

    Love Local is a project, run by Peterborough Environment City Trust, that encourages some of the most deprived areas of the city to cook and eat more healthily, using locally-sourced ingredients.  We do this by running weekly Cook and Eat and Food-Growing workshops in the Central and Eastern areas of Read more [...]

  • Green Creations

    The Project The aim of our project is to create an opportunity for people with learning disabilities to do community based gardening alongside members of Castlehaven Community Centre; and to improve the green spaces in and around the Centre. Castlehaven’s community gardener will run design workshops to create three living Read more [...]

  • New Ark Adventure Playground & City Farm

    New Ark is a play facility for all ages 0-16 where the emphasis is on outdoor play.Opened in 1976,at the heart of the local community,managed by local people. We have a big adventure playground,city farm,eco centre,forest & garden.The indoor activities use mainly recycled materials.All our staff are qualified & experienced Read more [...]

  • Nettle Weekend

    Nettle Weekend 2014 Saturday 31 May and Sunday 1 June 12.00 – 17.00 FREE – for all ages Join us to celebrate the common nettle, and discover there’s much more to nettles than their sting. Meet the nettle family, find out about the butterflies and moths that depend on them, Read more [...]

  • Cody Cultivators

    EVERY WEDNESDAY, 10 – 4pm Cody Cultivators is a weekly open community gathering to celebrate and explore existing and new possibilities for the Sensory Garden at Cody Dock, bringing these ideas to life to build a sustainable environment for all to enjoy. Cody Cultivators activities will be varied from week Read more [...]

  • Lost Effra project

    An innovative research project led by London Wildlife Trust, looking to create a culture of community water management to reduce flood risk in the Effra basin in South London. The Effra is one of the lost rivers of London, attributed in part to causing repeated flooding in the Herne Hill Read more [...]

  • Galleon Garden

    Studio 3 Arts, in collaboration with our neighbours in the Gascoigne Estate in Barking, will transform our garden at our venue, The Galleon Centre, into a creative, beautiful garden and park for local people to relax, play and be creative.  We’re working with volunteers, a visual artist and our local Read more [...]

  • Wild about Hampstead Heath

    Wild about Hampstead Heath is a project encouraging local people to explore the amazing wildlife on Hampstead Heath!  We do this through education, volunteering and by delivering lots of free fun wildlife activities on the Heath and visits to local community organisations and schools. The project is run by Heath Read more [...]

  • Commonside Community Clean-up

    We will be clearing an area to the rear and side of the community centre wher rubbish and garden debris has previously been dumped. Planting bulbs in smaller suitable areas and partitioning off this rea and preparing the soild to grow food and bee and butterfly-friendly flowers. We will be Read more [...]

  • Society of Biology Training Programme

    The Society of Biology’s training programme aims to promote interest in biology as well as enable individuals to continue their professional development (CPD). The training courses cover a wide range of areas from specialist knowledge and science communication to writing and management skills. Courses are offered at discounted rates to Read more [...]

  • The Big Clean Up

    Help us turn an unused space into something wonderful! Saturday 233d August 014 We’re holding a clean up event to remove graffiti off walls and clear the green areas from debris and dumped property. Once the space has been cleared it will be turned into an urban community garden for Read more [...]

  • The Peckham Tranquil Garden

    A project to clean up and transform an area of land in front of All Saints Church, which fronts onto Blenheim Grove, to make it welcoming to passers-by, commuters and locals alike as a tranquil green space in the middle of busy Peckham.  The project will involve cutting the front Read more [...]

  • Wimbledon Guild Garden Project

    The Wimbledon Guild supports older people to meet their personal aspirations. Over 500 over 50s currently access our borough wide services and over 100 volunteers offer support through befriending, travel training, trips out, and running group activities. Our aim is that older people remain independent for longer. Our community garden Read more [...]

  • Collective Roof Garden

    The Collective Roof Garden is a temporary installation reflecting the nature of Collective, a 2 year funded project supporting young creative enterprise in Camden. Commissioned by Collective, it has been designed by Little Big Design using reclaimed materials where possible and with a focus on flexible use of space. The roof will Read more [...]

  • Kentish Town Community Centre

    Kentish Town Community Centre is a thriving multi-purpose community resource that provides a wide range of services, activities and meeting spaces for people of all ages. As an independent, non-profit organisation, we are a growing facility with lots of possibilities, so why not come and join in with one of Read more [...]

  • ecoACTIVE

    EcoACTIVE is an innovative environmental education charity with a reputation for using hands-on, practical and fun approaches to explore complex issues of sustainability. We create eye-opening experiences for children and adults alike, working with schools and the wider community to develop their understanding of the world around them and give Read more [...]

  • Fixers

    Fixers UK is a creative charity that is linked to ITV and funded by the Big Lottery. We work with young people, helping them to develop creative campaigns that support their cause – whatever this may be- as long as the cause or project is genuinely making a difference and Read more [...]

  • Rivington Terraced Gardens

    A conservation and repair project addressing a Grade 2 listed park, containing 11 separate structures also listed at Grade 2.  One of the most distinctive but least understood landscapes in Lancashire, our project will deliver a sympathetic scheme to consolidate and preserve the Terraced Gardens, capturing the beauty and mystery that Read more [...]

  • Skill Swap Battersea

    A project that works to build stronger relationships between the voluntary sector and partners in Battersea. It enables local charities and community groups to come together together to swap their skills, resources and equipment to meet their needs. 

  • Forest Farm Peace Garden

    Forest Farm Peace Garden is a unique environment and mental health project. Our garden on the edge of London has become an oasis of beauty and tranquility offering an inspiring and welcoming space for people to connect with the therapeutic value of nature. We provide nature-based ecotherapy activities for people Read more [...]

  • Inspiring Young Minds

    We transformed an empty shop unit into a Creative Space for children, young people and families, where the kettle is always on. ‘Inspiring Young Minds’ Community EventsYouth MentoringCreative Kids Workshops & Art ClubArts Award CentreCafeGallery & Exhibition SpaceCharity ShopPop Up ShopVolunteering Inspiring engagement for young people in live events, mentoring, bright, Read more [...]

  • Love Parks Week

    We’re raising awareness of the importance of parks and green spaces. Love Parks Week is a platform for hundreds of park lovers to join forces in the UK’s largest celebration of green spaces. Love Parks Week began in 2006 with a simple aim: to encourage people to visit, enjoy and Read more [...]

  • Abney Park Trust

    Abney Park in Stoke Newington, one of the ‘magnificent seven’ garden cemeteries of London, is a woodland memorial park and Local Nature Reserve, managed by the Abney Park Trust. We offer free public access throughout the year so everyone can come and enjoy this oasis of peace and greenery with Read more [...]

  • Environmental Camp Volunteers

    Over The Wall is a national UK children’s charity and a member of the international SeriousFun Children’s Network. We provide free of charge Therapeutic Recreation camps to help children with life-limiting illnesses and their families, reach beyond the perceived limitations of illness to rediscover a whole new world of possibilities. Read more [...]

  • The ATE Trust: Superweek Summer Camps

    The ATE Trust is a not-for-profit Educational Trust and charity which runs fantastic summer camps for children from a wide range of backgrounds. ATE seeks to contribute to children’s education by providing opportunities to learn about themselves and other people and to discover new things about the world around them. We Read more [...]

  • Fintry Development Trust

    FDT (Fintry Development Trust) has the broad aim of making Fintry a zero-carbon, zero-waste and sustainable community through reduction in energy usage, renewable energy, sustainable transport, and a wide-range of sustainable initiatives.

  • Generate Growth

    Generate Growth A fantastic FREE programme for young people with disabilities aimed to inspire its members into the world of gardening by improving our local area. Aims Regenerate disused plots and community gardens Understand the benefits of gardening Work in different locations in partnership with local community groupsincluding in “The Read more [...]

  • Wheely Tots

    Wheely Tots is a registered children’s charity that believes all children and families should be healthy, confident and resilient. We facilitate community development through inclusive and friendly cycling events and sessions. We support participants, volunteers and freelance session leaders to learn and grow, embedding skills and knowledge within communities. Our Read more [...]

  • Earthwatch

    Earthwatch is an environmental charity which engages people worldwide in scientific field research and education to promote the understanding and action necessary for a sustainable environment. Earthwatch has more than 40 years of experience in bringing people and science together to address global environmental challenges.

  • Greener Greenways

    We are currently looking for Wildlife Champions to help us survey biodiversity on the Lias Line (Rugby to Warwick) and Pelsall to Walsall. This involves monthly surveys which will help us to monitor, improve and promote the diversity of wildlife on walking and cycling routes.  

  • Mad About Mosses

    15 Feb to 15 March. A month of moss related events for all ages. Growing literally on your doorstep, come and find out more…. Please see our Mad about Mosses programme on our website. Lots of different events ranging from our Bryoblitz this Saturday, to an Urban Ramble, 3 talks, Read more [...]

  • Food Growing Schools London

    The FGS:L project is led by Garden Organic and will work with partners to strengthen and build upon existing activity to support all schools in London to fully embed food growing into school life.  The ultimate aim is to demonstrate how every school and the community it serves can benefit Read more [...]

  • The Rubbish Diet

    Introducing … The Harrow Rubbish Diet Challenge Is your bin too full or too smelly? Or is there just too much stuff? The Harrow Rubbish Diet Challenge will solve all your waste problems! The Rubbish Diet is like a free slimming club for your bin, shrinking what you send to Read more [...]

  • Get out of the city and dig!

    Your garden needs you! Kent, the garden of England and educator of nature to  Londoners is appealing for your help.  We are a small environmental education charity based on the white cliffs of Dover overlooking France. Most of the schools we teach are from London and it’s often the first Read more [...]

  • Local Energy Action Plan (LEAP)

    LEAP  is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation which helps the residents of Lochwinnoch, Kilbarchan, Howwood and Bridge of Weir save money and energy. We offer free impartial advice on insulation, draught proofing, heating, renewable energy generation, grants and subsidies. In addition, we carry out draught tests and thermal images on residents’ Read more [...]

  • Calyx Films by the Sea

    Calyx Films by the Sea Our mission is to share knowledge about living more sustainable lives. We’d love for you to come and see the Pines Calyx – Europe’s first zero-carbon event space and join us for an informal gathering to watch a film, eat some popcorn and perhaps have Read more [...]

  • Playground Squad Volunteers

    We are looking for volunteers to come along once a week from 1-4 hours to help maintain the shrubs and flower beds by planting, weeding, pruning and mulching. We are a charity which uses funds from our social enterprises to pay for improvements in the local public park. Local families Read more [...]

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