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  • John Muir Pollinator Way

    The John Muir Way is a coast to coast walking and cycling route which stretches 134 miles across Central Scotland, from Helensburgh in the west to Dunbar in the East. We are developing pollinator packs to build on grassland habitat creation and enhancement along the route. We are engaging schools Read more [...]

  • The Lake Project

    Our current project is the refurbishment and improvement of the lake and its surroundings, in our local park. We plan to encourage more wildlife, help visitors understand the importance of biodiversity and involve more people to be actively involved in the care and maintenance of the park for the benefit Read more [...]

  • Tassibee Garden Project

    We have been awarded £1,800 to develop a vegetable patch and attractive community Garden for wildlife and clients. We will do this by:  Tidy Up Community Garden Area Clear Waste Space – Develop to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers Use to cook for community events Attract wildlife Make homemade feeders Read more [...]

  • Inspire! Education Business Partnership

    Inspire! is a registered charity established in 2004. We are an Education Business Partnership working in Hackney, Camden and Islington. Brokering links between local and City of London employers, their employees and schools and colleges is at the heart of our work.

  • Islington Play Association

    Islington Play Association (IPA) is a registered charity founded in 1971 (Charity number 1086165). Our aim is to preserve, create, improve and promote places and opportunities for the children of Islington to play. We believe play is an essential part of the health, education, development and happiness of children. Our Read more [...]

  • Summer Garden Project

    Summer Programme at Bilton Hall Community Trust Williby Roc’s provide Eco Arts and Crafts to children, families, community groups and adults.We use environmentally friendly, recyclable, pre-loved and woodland materials to deliver events, parties, workshops, after school clubs and education sessions. Here at Williby Roc’s we aim to release children’s potential Read more [...]

  • Forest Sensory Services

    A small local project which supports those people living and coming to terms with sight and hearing loss. Our main aims are to reduce isolation, provide help advice and support through activities. These activities include computer classes, balance class, lunch club, reading group, handbell ringing, cookery class, singing and the Read more [...]

  • Uxbridge Green Gym

    Uxbridge Green Gym is a weekly, free, conservation volunteering session every Wednesday 11 – 2pm. The Conservation Volunteers’ Green Gyms’ aim to improve volunteers health and wellbeing through practical tasks, time spent outdoors in nature, meeting people, giving back to the community and taking care of green spaces. Volunteers meet Read more [...]

  • Community planting at Friary Park

    Community Focus is a small, local charity which provides a wide range of creative art to groups of people who are disadvantaged – people with disabilities, young people with mental health issues, young people with challenging behaviour and older people with dementia or are at risk of isolation. Our work Read more [...]

  • Bike to the Future

    This local charity runs a bicycle repair workshop, whereby participants gain in Agoredd Cymru units in work place skills.  We do not accredit cycle repair skills as such, but people can achieve in such units as communication, working with others, essential skills, ICT etc. We are also establishing a food Read more [...]

  • TCV Community Rewilding Project

    The Community Rewilding project aims to give people in Clydebank, Yoker and Greenock opportunities to improve their local green spaces for the benefit of nature and the community. As well as rewilding places by creating wildflower meadows and  planting trees we will be making them more appealing and accessible by Read more [...]

  • Kench Hill Residential Education Centre

    A residential environmental education charity, linked to Hackney Council, working with schools, voluntary groups and others to provide a rural retreat for education and personal development in the outdoors. Holistic approach with strong focus on healthy eating, growing and sustainability. Open all year. Our 2 acre garden is a haven Read more [...]

  • Heating System for a wide Beam Boat

    The Peter Le Marchant Trust was set up in 1977 by Clare Le Marchant-Connell with an aspiration to provide canal boat experiences for the disabled and seriously ill.The Trust has achieved this and currently has two wide beam Boats and a narrowboat operating from Loughborough.The Boats carried 4300 passengers last Read more [...]

  • Raw Foundation

    Raw Foundation helps to educate, engage and empower young people to move towards sustainable consumption and production. Everything we do is systems-focused, solution-oriented and change-driven. Raw Foundation’s Making Waves campaign aims to reduce the amount of oil-based plastic in the environment by raising awareness about the true extent of plastic Read more [...]

  • Youth Work on the Water of Leith

    Working with young people to help clean-up and improve the Water of Leith. Practical workdays and work placements. Working in partnerships with other local groups to deliver real improvements for the river and learning opportunities for all involved. The Greggs Foundation are supporting this project by funding 10 work days Read more [...]

  • Magpie Growers

    A group of local residents working with a All Saints Community Project Trust member of staff to grow fresh produce for the Project’s Community Café with any surplus being given to local residents. Cultivation of a local allotment and raised beds in the Community Café garden. Assisting with a local open Read more [...]

  • The Forest Recycling Project

    The Forest Recycling Project is based in Walthamstow and is running a ‘Green Jobs’ project. It is aimed at those from the East London area, who have experienced social exclusion, discrimination or mental health challenges. If you want to gain hands on skills in environmentally friendly jobs and have the Read more [...]

  • Big Dig in Windmill Gardens

    Spruce up Windmill Gardens on Saturday April 22nd 2pm-4pm as part of the Big Dig Friends of Windmill Gardens invite you to help us re-vamp our herb bed and planters.  We will be laying new edging along the stepping stone paths in the herb bed and restoring the original plan Read more [...]

  • Nurture Lakeland – Fix the Fells Volunteers

    Fix the Fells exists to protect the beautiful mountains of the Lake District from erosion and environmental damage by repairing and maintaining upland paths. It is a collaborative partnership programme between the National Trust, the Lake District National Park, Nurture Lakeland, Friends of the Lake District, Natural England and Cumbria Read more [...]

  • “Social Art” at Nucleus Arts

    “Social Art” at Nucleus Arts will provide a much-needed opportunity for anyone in Chatham and the surrounding areas to meet and enjoy a shared passion of creativity, regardless of where they come from, or the barriers they are facing in their lives. Weekly sessions facilitated by experienced artists will enable those who Read more [...]

  • HRM GOES WiFi

    Hospital Radio Medway is a non-profitable organisation which provides 24/7 radio programmes for all the patients in Medway Maritime Hospital. When we first started in 1970, the equipment was very basic and has been updated through the years. As more and more people nowadays prefer to listen to the radio on Read more [...]

  • Medlock bees

    Medlock Bees is a new BKA group for people in Oldham, Tameside and Manchester. We meet monthly at the New Moston Club for bee chat and education. We will be starting apiary sessions very shortly. We have been awarded grant money from Greggs Foundation to buy hives, bee suits, smokers and Read more [...]

  • Stepping Stones

    Stepping Stones is a small, vibrant charity for adults with learning disabilities. Our aim is to enrich lives by building skills, independence and making informed choices. We think it’s important for everyone to be able to take part in and make a contribution to the world around them, so working Read more [...]

  • Youth and Community Garden Project

    Caxton Youth Organisation works alongside 11-25 year olds with Learning and Physical disabilities. Last year, staff at Caxton built a garden and members planted vegetables. This year we will be developing our garden to include a herb tower large enough to provide herbs for the wider community, we will also Read more [...]

  • RSPB Wild Parks

    This summer join us for a wild adventure in your local park in London and Brighton.   The RSPB is working in partnership with Brighton and Hove Council, ideverde and the City of London Corporation to provide free nature activities for families. Hunt for bugs, spot birds or take our Wild Challenge and Read more [...]

  • Garden Museum, St Mary’s Garden

    St Mary’s Garden is adjacent to the Garden Museum and is managed and maintained by local volunteers. We meet every other saturday to grow food, tidy and maintain the garden. We are looking for volunteers to join in and help keep the space looking beautiful. The Garden Museum will reopen Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at St Andrews Garden

    The Conservation Volunteers will be carrying out some flower bed renovation and tree planting. Meet at the entrance on Gray’s Inn Road. Nearest Tube: Russell Square & Chancery Lane. There are also lots of buses – nearest bus stop is Guilford Street (17, 45 & 46 buses). WC1X 8JT. We strongly Read more [...]

  • Life in the Garden – Wellbeing & Gardening

    Life in the Garden is a series of free ongoing sessions to run throughout 2017, with a focus on wellness through contact with nature and garden activities. The sessions will offer free talks, workshops and social events for community members and other friends of the garden.

  • Camden Green Gym at Ingestre Woods

    The Conservation Volunteers will be carrying out some woodland management in addition to habitat management. Ingestre Wood: From Tufnell Park tube , cross to take Dartmouth Park Hill, then first left then right onto Ingestre Road, first left and right to the end: meet Community Centre (NW5 1UX) We strongly Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Regents Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. On this day we will be working on hedge laying. The Green Gym® is a unique way to get fit, transform the environment, meet new people and learn new skills. Each day starts with a warm up Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Waterlow Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. The day’s project will be managing the pond and woodland habitats, so we recommend everyone dress up warm and waterproofed in case you get wet!

  • Camden Green Gym at Regents Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. On this day we will be working on hedge laying. The Green Gym® is a unique way to get fit, transform the environment, meet new people and learn new skills. Each day starts with a warm up Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Waterlow Park

    The Conservation Volunteers are going to be doing some pond work and Coppicing. Waterlow Park: Exit Archway Underground Station and turn left up Highgate Hill. Turn second left Magdalena Avenue, and up right to second en-trance to park Alternatively, take bus 271, 143, 210. Exit bus at Highgate Hill stop, Read more [...]

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