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  • Woodland Trust Free Trees for Communities

    Do you know any communities, schools or groups that would benefit from free trees? Each spring and autumn the Woodland Trust offers community groups, youth groups and schools the chance to apply for packs of free trees. Whether groups are interested in helping wildlife; creating a faith, or inter-faith, green Read more [...]

  • Green Corridor – Manor Way Clean Up

    Green Corridor engages disadvantaged young people aged 14-25 through land based learning. In partnership with Ealing Council we are currently turning a disused allotment in to a training space for our young people and a vibrant community growing space. We need volunteers of all ages and abilities to help up bring some Read more [...]

  • Community Composting for Local Food

    Community Composting for Local Food is a project run by the Community Composting Network which delivers accredited training, support and basic start up equipment across England. It’s funded by Big Lottery’s Local Food programme and last year we trained 109 participants from 57 groups on how to source composting materials, Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym

    Voluntary conservation work, designed to benefit Camden’s green spaces and to improve the overall fitness and wellbeing of volunteers. We meet at a variety of parks, nature reserves and green spaces in the borough of Camden on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.45am-2pm. All welcome, no booking necessary and free refreshments Read more [...]

  • Intergenerational project

    Take part in Castlehaven’s very first Social Enterprise project! Come along to our FREE weekly workshops for chance to test out your creative talents and learn new skills. Throughout the course of the workshops you will be designing and producing a range of textile products to be sold at our Kids Klothes Read more [...]

  • Active Travel Champions

    Sustrans are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who can help us spread the word about the benefits of cycling/ walking. There are lots of ways to get involved from giving travel advice, bike buddying to organising walks or rides. We can also support volunteers to develop their own ideas. If you are enthusiastic Read more [...]

  • Core Landscapes

    Core Landscapes is a community based horticultural project … that can move!We work to transform otherwise unused temporary ‘meanwhile’ sites into vibrant, active, spaces for local community wellbeing. Areas include our well-stocked plant nursery, opportunities for local vegetable growing, education and training, up-cycling and events. All our growing is container Read more [...]

  • Summit Road Care Garden

    The staff and neighbours of this care home in Walthamstow Village have got together to create a sustainable food garden. They are looking for volunteers locally, who would have a few hours a week to spare, on a thursday, and are interested in learning about organic and permaculture foodgrowing techniques.

  • Centre for Alternative Technology

    CAT educates for a sustainable society. We run Masters courses in renewable energy and sustainable architecture; have short courses on all aspects of sustainable living; hold regular events and are open to visitors. CAT informs, inspires and enables practical solutions for sustainable living We have created some of the most Read more [...]

  • Kids Klothes

    Kids Klothes – Castlehaven’s childrens charity shop in the heart of Camden – sells good quality children’s clothes and toys. All proceeds from the shop go towards supporting Castlehaven Community Association’s projects, which provide activities, classes and facilities for members of the local community from different ages, cultures and backgrounds.

  • Sewage Alert Service

    The Sewage Alert Service is the first and only national service to inform you, in real time, when untreated human sewage and wastewater is being discharged at your favourite beach. This information allows you to make an informed decision about how, when and where you use the sea. Untreated sewage Read more [...]

  • Protect Our Waves

    The aim of SAS’s Protect Our Waves petition is to generate 100,000 signatures to highlight the value of surfing waves and locations to the UK government and encourage MPs to debate legislation in order to recognise the importance of waves as a cultural, social, economic and environmental asset to coastal communities. Read more [...]

  • Marlborough Sports Garden

    There are two main strands to the Marlborough Sports Garden project. The first is to carry out an ambitious  programme of physical improvements to create an environment that is green, attractive and encourages participation in sports and recreation. The second is to develop a programme of sports based activities that Read more [...]

  • Moss Trail Free-lance Bryologist required

    Free-lanceBryologist to write and design introductory educational sheets for SLBI MossTrail Background The South London BotanicalInstitute ( has received funding from the Esmée Fairburn Foundation to support activities aimed at stimulatingappreciation of urban mosses.  The firstof these activities is the creation of a Moss Trail in the Institute’s garden. Approximately Read more [...]

  • Oasis Garden Food Growing Green Gym

    The Oasis Garden Green Gym is a great way for local Camden residents get active outdoors, meet likeminded people and learn about growing your own food in environmentally friendly way.  Volunteering sessions run every Sat from 10am-1pm and are free.  Please or call 07717494476 to book a place.

  • Oasis Forest Garden

    Oasis forest garden is a volunteer gardening project at the Oasis adventure playground that runs on a Sunday from 12-3pm. For 40 years the  Oasis charity has been providing nature and play spaces for local children; the forest garden has been running for approx. 3 yrs (it started life as Read more [...]

  • Community Centre Clean Up

    Just recently we at Catch 22 have been working with the YOS (youth offending service) giving young people on reprimand the chance to give back to their community through maintenance of green spaces, whilst working through a certain amount of hours they are required to complete. 

  • The Big Buzz

    In May 2012 Durham Wildlife trust launched its Buzz About Darlington Project which worked with 15 schools and 4 community groups across Darlington to promote the importance of bees and bee friendly gardening. Groups set up bee borders packed with plants to supply nectar from early spring right through to Read more [...]

  • ZAD Foundation

    Community cafe near Mornington Crescent.  Re-opening soon in a new location just a short distance away!  We offer training for Camden residents in food skills and business skills.

  • CEL Training Facility – Tottenham

    We are making a training facility over the summer to teach people how to install loft insulation. It is a timber structure with traditional roof construction sat on top of 2 shipping containers.  We are looking for Volunteers to come along on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to work with our great Read more [...]

  • Paddington Farm Trust

    Paddington Farm is a 43 acre organic farm offering educational and recreational holidays for children and young people from inner cities and work experience and vocational training for local young people. Accommodation for up to 30, summer yurts and camping, learning activities and outdoor play.

  • PAPA’s Park

    PAPA’s Park is a community-run playground, sports pitch, hall and food growing space. We have several small edged beds and currently run open gardening drop-in sessions every Wednesday from 12-3.

  • Kent Heritage Trees Project

    The Conservation Volunteers’ Kent Heritage Trees Project is a Heritage Lottery Funded Project that aims to inspire local communities to engage with there local woodlands. We do this through a tree recording program, family event days and practical volunteering. 

  • grow it, cook it, eat it

    “grow it, cook it, eat it”  is an interactive stall that attends schools, community venues and events across Newham. It encourages everyone to have a go at growing and cooking healthy food – from window boxes to community gardens

  • Brighton Peace & Environment Centre

    Brighton Peace & Environment Centre ( is an educational charity which inspires action through learning about the world. We encourage people to explore the links between their own lives and with people, places and issues throughout the world. We host a teachers’ resource centre and provide training and support for Read more [...]

  • WWT London Wetland Centre

    London is famous for its green spaces, but it’s a little known fact that the UK’s Favourite Nature Reserve is in the heart of the Capital.  WWT London Wetland Centre was awarded this accolade by the readers of Countryfile magazine and on a leisurely ramble around the Centre it’s easy Read more [...]

  • Asian Womens Food Growing Project

    Our new allotments for local women are finally finished.  We have 12 new allotments made from railway sleepers that will last many years without the need to replace them.  They have shingle drainage and a shingle pathway lined to prevent weeks.  We also have a new fence to keep out Read more [...]

  • Active Travel Champions – Hounslow

    We are looking for volunteer champions in the London Borough of Hounslow who can help people be more active through walking or cycling more for their everyday journeys. As a champion you can select which volunteering activities you organise or take part in. These activities include: holding an information stand Read more [...]

  • RiverCare (PECT)

    Peterborough Environment City Trust, Keep Britain Tidy and Anglian Water have been working together and have funded more than 40 RiverCare groups across the region, helping people care for their local stretch of river. Groups of volunteers have been working together to clean out stretches of the River Nene, which Read more [...]

  • Forest for Peterborough

    We’re creating a Forest for Peterborough… Peterborough Environment City Trust (PECT) is working with a range of different partners to create a Forest for Peterborough. Forest for Peterborough is a growing forest for a growing city. The Forest project aims to plant a tree for every person in Peterborough, a Read more [...]

  • Birmingham Refugee Council’s Allotment Project

    The Refugee Council’s Allotment Project aims to give refugee/asylum-seeker clients the opportunity to grow their own flowers, fruit and vegetables. Weekly sessions are arranged to bring together a wide variety of clients and volunteers who work together to plant and care for a variety of different crops.  

  • Sustrans London

    Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day. We deliver educational programmes, community projects, volunteer programmes and infrastructure work in London in partnership with TfL, Local Authorities, Public Health and others.

  • The Concrete Garden

    The Concrete Garden is a hub for urban food growing we also try our hand at chicken keeping, community composting, Re crafting, re purposing and sustainable build projects, swap shops, environmental arts, events, no waste just taste cookery classes .

  • Climate Crusader Volunteering

    <P>Are you passionate about recycling and environmental issues?</P> <P> </P> <P>Are you looking to gain some experience in events, sustainability or charity work? </P> <P> </P> <P>Vital Regeneration is an agency working for positive change in London’s most deprived neighbourhoods by developing sustainable and effective social, environmental and economic programmes.</P> <P> </P> <P>This Read more [...]

  • Tamworth Farm Rose Avenue Allotment

    Sustainable Merton, a community led initiative which gives local people the chance to get involved with practical projects aimed at increasing sustainability in the area, is set to refurbish the currently derelict Tamworth Farm, Rose Avenue Allotment on London Road, Mitcham. Owned by Merton Council, the site is in an Read more [...]

  • Healthy Planet

    At Healthy Planet we think that changing things for the better should be easy to do. We champion grassroots and green causes that promote healthy living, we keep unused buildings alive, we encourage community co-operation and believe in reusing and recycling. Quite often our projects do all of those things Read more [...]

  • Roots and Shoots

    <P>The Roots and Shoots Training Centre has supported young people in London since 1982. Combining supportive educational programmes – focused on Horticulture and Retail – and ambitious targets within a nurturing environment, our aim is to help young people progress in their lives and towards sustainable employment. </P> <P><BR></P>

  • Providence Row’s Urban Garden

    Providence Row tackles the root causes of homelessness to help people get off, and stay off, the streets. We are creating an urban oasis in inner city London with our new garden project. Many of our clients sleep on cold, hard pavements, or in other dangerous conditions, night after night. Read more [...]

  • Chorley Community Food Growing Project

    We support community groups setting up food growing areas on community sites/gardens as well as local schools. Our support includes advice, practical help, training, educational sessions and being an on-going contact for volunteers.

  • St Mungos Centre Gardens

     St Mungo’s is a homeless charity with centres across London. It has been working at this site in Lewisham for over 30 years.  Recently the centre was re modelled and  gained lots more usable gardening space. The re building has made the centre very high profile locally, focussing lots of Read more [...]

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