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  • Yorkhill Green Spaces

    We are a community gardening group of volunteers based in the West End of Glasgow. Our aim is to improve and maintain green spaces in our community. Through planting and upkeep we are encouraging the community to enjoy the park areas in the middle of the city and to encourage Read more [...]

  • Pendower Eco Garden

    The Pendower Eco Garden project is about involving the community in helping to create an area for wildlife within an urban housing estate and to encourage children & young people to explore the natural environment and learn how to look after it. The project is run by Pendower Good Neighbour Read more [...]

  • Beekeeping

    We are a group of hobbyist beekeepers who live in Rugby and the surrounding villages.  We aim to educate and support local beekeepers to improve beekeeping practices and through this to preserve and protect honeybees.   We also provide information to the public by participating in local community events where we Read more [...]

  • Access Dorset Courtyard Garden

    Access Dorset is a registered charity organised and ran by disabled people, older people and carers. We have created a vibrant community resource at The Bridge in Bournemouth where we and our partners deliver a combination of diverse activities focused on tackling isolation and exclusion; promote independence and equality; empower people Read more [...]

  • Armed Forces Allotment Project

    A fantastic health and well being project set within 40 other allotments.  Co designed and delivered by veterans with help from the local community. This has seen the transformation of a derelict allotment into a safe place for our Armed Forces Families to meet. New friendships have been formed. This Read more [...]

  • Playground Peddlers

    There are so many old bikes in the back of sheds and garages that can be brought back into use. Too good to throw out but no longer of use to the owner. The bikes will be used in a number ways. The best bikes will be sold to fund Read more [...]

  • CEED – Gardening Skills for Young People

    Volunteering opportunities for young people, aged 11 to 16 years, to improve the physical environment of Roker Park, through activities including vegetation management and plant propagation. Young people will be taught a range of practical skills, providing them with a wide variety of skills and knowledge. CEED is delivering this Read more [...]

  • Space to Grow

    Hope has been running a Health and Wellbeing initiative, which involves working with the homeless adults in our care to assess their health needs and provide the support needed to enable them to take control and improve their wellbeing. From the residents who have engaged with this initiative, a significant Read more [...]

  • Twizell Youth Action Project

    The Twizell Burn is a tributary of the River Wear and runs from Stanley, Grange Villa and Pelton Fellbefore joining the River Wear at Chester-le-Street. The Twizell burn runs through a number of deprived communities including ‘Craghead and South Stanley’, listed in the bottom 15% of areas in England according Read more [...]

  • Learning from the River Brent

    Thames21 runs the Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre (WHEEC), adjacent to the Welsh Harp Reservoir in the London Borough of Brent. Within the 5ha of woodland with ponds and a small section of river Thames21 has been delivering sessions for primary schools, enabling local children to experience and learn from nature. Thames21 is Read more [...]

  • St Luke’s Edible Yard

    The Edible Yard is a community food growing space created in 2017 at the back of St Luke’s Community Centre, in central London. The garden is built on top of a paved parking space, with the aim to show what can be achieved in a much urbanised setting. The Edible Read more [...]

  • Wassailing in St Laurence Orchard!

    By popular demand, Trust Links are moving Wassailing to Sunday 28 January at  14:00-15:30 at St Laurence Orchard. Come and wake the trees up for the Spring in historic St Laurence Orchard, located in  Eastwoodbury Lane (at the junction with St. Laurence Way), Southend-on-Sea Sample the spiced apple juice, join Read more [...]

  • MCF Bulk Buster

    MCF collect old bikes and wheelchairs, and use them for vocational maintenance training for hundreds of people in prisons and the community. Some restored bikes are sold at affordable prices in MCF Community Bikerys, but most are donated through partner organisations to disadvantaged people locally and around the world.  Over our first five years, MCF Read more [...]

  • Project Kingfisher

    We are pleased to announce our new Education Project funded by the Greggs Foundation. It has been said that we learn to love nature as children but then commit to respecting and protecting it later in life. Therefore to protect our rivers for future generations, we need to ensure children today Read more [...]

  • The Friends of Bassleton Beck

    Bassleton Beck sits between two large communities in the Borough of Stockton on Tees: Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick. It has footpath access to it and along part of its length. This is potentially an ideal spot to walk dogs, enjoy the outdoors, for children to play, and to learn about Read more [...]

  • Butterfly Project at Whickham Hermitage Garden

    The Butterfly Project – helping restore nature’s balance!  The Butterfly Project is an ambitious, long-term scheme for Whickham Hermitage Community Garden. We’re building a series of greenhouses, or igloo pods, for native butterflies, ladybirds and other beneficial insects – natural plant pollinators which are currently in decline throughout the world. Read more [...]

  • Thrivelearn

    Online courses in Green Care and Social and Therapeutic Horticulture from Thrive, the leading UK charity using gardening to transform lives that have been touched by disability

  • The Bees Knees

    To educate children on the importance of honeybees in our Ecosystem. To train new beekeepers with the traditional costs involved. Using community spirit to bring people together to make a difference in communitites.

  • OASIS – Community Gardens (Worksop)

    The OASIS Community Centre and Gardens was opened 7 years ago in 2010 on the site of a derelict youth club and abandoned recreation field.It is now a thriving community project and is reaching out to more people than ever through community events, workshops, care projects and other groups and Read more [...]

  • Sharrow Shared Table

    As a result of funding from the Greggs Foundation (big thank you to them!)Sharrow Community Forum is able to continue to run a project that provides a simple, healthy nutritious meal once a week at Highfield Adventure Playground.  Meals will be planned and prepared by staff and parent/children volunteers and they will Read more [...]

  • Eel in the Classroom 2018

    BART are happy to announce that in spring 2018 we will be running our incredibly popular Eel in the Classroom project, thanks to funding from the Greggs Foundation! The Greggs Foundation is the charitable arm of Greggs, with funding from the 2015 charge for single-use plastic carrier bags. Before the Read more [...]

  • Whirlygig Toy Library

    We are a new toy library opening soon in Beacon Heath in Exeter. We are part of Merry Go Round Toy Libraries, a local small charity that provides really good quality toys, games and resources for children to play with then take home for a week or two.  Our main Read more [...]

  • #TapChat water saving Quiz

    Following the driest autumn/winter in more than a decade, we need to start thinking about water use. That’s why environmental charity Hubbub has created the #TapChat Quiz, a fun, super simple way to find out what type of water user you are and get tips for saving water that fits Read more [...]

  • Greening De Frene Market Garden

    There will be 3 main types of activity that will directly benefit our service users (co-workers) and the local community as well as the environment in which they work and live. Firstly we will develop more microhabitats and niches including: Butterfly garden – designed to feed caterpillars as well as Read more [...]

  • Bradford Volunteer Centre

    Ever thought about volunteering? Change your life and improve others too. It is great way to meet new people, have fun, fill in gaps on a CV, learn new skills and build a stronger community. There are over 1,120 choices here in Bradford to suit your skills and lifestyle. If Read more [...]

  • Hoxton Community Garden

    The Hoxton Trust works to build the skills, knowledge and confidence of our local community so that together we can make our area a better place to live. We provide free legal advice and assistance to people who, through lack of means would otherwise be unable to obtain such advice. Read more [...]

  • Skelton Grange Conservation Sessions

    This year Skelton Grange Environment centre is celebrating it’s 25th birthday and working with a group of volunteers from the local community we will help to further improve the nature reserve through various conservation tasks. These will include sowing wildflower meadows, planting a vegetable garden, managing hedges, ponds and woodlands Read more [...]

  • Bloomsbury Festival

    Bloomsbury Festival 2017 – Inspired by INDEPENDENCE18 – 22 October We are looking for fantastic volunteers to help us bring this festival to life! As a charity organisation, we really need as much help as we can get from our wonderful volunteers. From box office to handing out flyers, we Read more [...]

  • Wild Cat Wilderness

    The Wild Cat Wilderness is a unique, wild community green space in Catford coordinated by the Rushey Green Time Bank. Here the local community can explore nature and wildlife, play or relax in its peacefulness, learn new outdoor skills, share and enjoy the space with other local people of all Read more [...]

  • CLEAR Buckhaven

    Active local charity working since 2007 to regenerate a deprived area through community orchards, woodlands, growing spaces, floral enhancement, community art and heritage, events and more

  • Nucleus Arts Mindful Garden

    Nucleus Arts Mindful Garden will be an extension of the newly formed garden workshop room,which was generously funded by the Big Lottery Fund ‘Awards for All’, creating a natural flow from inside to outside, where anyone, but in particular those seeking to improve their wellbeing through creativity can come and Read more [...]

  • Grow For Health And Wealth

    Grow For Health And Wealth is a community based project set up to promote healthy living and social inclusion. We will be building /growing and eventually cooking on our allotment and are asking for people to get involved. We can cater for and need people of all types of experience– Read more [...]

  • Bee More Project

    The Bee More Project with grant funding develops and delivers Social / Care Farming activities for vulnerable and disadvantaged groups or individuals improving health, wellbeing, up skilling improving employability and reduces social isolation. In February 2018 with financial support from the Greggs Foundation, Heritage Lottery, the Roger Stott (Both administered Read more [...]

  • The Beastie Garden

    The Beastie garden will provide a genuine tactile learning experience and will also provide opportunities to discover the importance in invertebrate diversity to help sustain the fruit collection through pollination.The garden will also incorporate a wild meadow, natural paths that will flow around the garden to allow access for all Read more [...]

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