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  • Moor Involved

    Moor Involved is a project set up by Solihull Moors FC Community with the intention of engaging children and young adults from the local community and encouraging them to participate in the various programmes that Solihull Moors Community deliver. The Moor Involved Officers will be able to assist members of Read more [...]

  • Childrens Clothing Solihull

    Childrens Clothing.Solihull donates children’s clothes to families experiencing difficult times/crisis/trauma. We donate clothes to families that are, not only struggling financially, but have additional challenges in their lives. We collect children’s clothes from all around the Solihull borough and donate them to families via a professional known to the family.  Read more [...]

  • New Forest Food Challenge

    Eat local, grow local. Encouraging schools, children and adults alike to start to grow their own food. We run seed planting activities and stalls in the Spring and help schools start their food growing areas. Every December we have been teaming up with Transition Southampton’s TREE-mendous project, offering quality garden Read more [...]

  • Shift Bristol

    Shift Bristol runs a 1 year Practical Sustainability Course and various short courses, workshops and events. Our courses are hands on, collaborative and innovative, They explore ways in which we can live constructively and productively and make positive change in the world. 

  • The Blue-Sky Greenhouse

    The Blue-Sky Greenhouse is a social enterprise whose aim is to encourage new perspectives on food production within urban environments and to teach communities how to get growing themselves. Founded by Ashley Lydiate – who has a background in environmental management with published research into post-agricultural soil quality and a Read more [...]

  • Cob in the Community

    London’s leading cob building experts, enthusiasts and educational specialists. Working with London clay and communities in schools, growing and community groups since 2008.  Projects include: Sculpted areas at Vauxhall City Farm, St Joseph’s School Archway Cob and straw bale community building at Meadow Orchard, Crouch End Heated benches at Transition Heathrow, in Read more [...]

  • Wildwood Community Cafe

    Delicious, hot vegetarian food, teas, coffee using organic and fairtrade ingredients and fresh food grown on site. Wildwood café is part of a unique closed-loop demonstration  Come and experience a circular, sustainable approach to food where biogas from an on-site biodigester is used to cook food grown using liquid fertiliser Read more [...]

  • Wildwood Community Cafe

    Wildwood Cafe is opening again! Set in a beautiful nature reserve in the heart of London, we will be serving fresh, delicious vegetarian hot and cold food, sandwiches, drinks and cakes. The Cafe is part of a unique closed-loop demonstration, which combines community enterprise with urban agriculture and sustainable food Read more [...]

  • PopFarm

    PopFarm is a community growing space at PopBrixton. It launches in spring of 2016, and aims to provide free education and community engagement in its gardens, and in those of local schools and community organisations. We will be growing food for the caterers on site, and supporting people into employment Read more [...]

  • Lift one paving stone

    The competition Many of our front gardens and building entrances are paved over, with hard surfaces increasing in London by 36% in the last 10 years. This lack of greenery contributes to loss of habitat, flooding and pollution. From creating a mini wildflower meadow in your front garden, to planting Read more [...]

  • Animal Days Out

    Animal Days Out (ADO)was setup as a Community Interest Company (C.I.C.) in 2011 with the aim to provide interactive, educational and recreational opportunities for children, young people and adults with a wide theme of animals, wildlife and nature. We have successfully developed a wide range of animal encounters, experiences, outdoor Read more [...]

  • Wild Boar Gardening

    Based on ecological and sustainable principals, to connect people with the places around them through discovery and learning of Natural Environments. Community gardening exists to encourage people to grow edibles and other plants with others &through doing so, gaining a strong sense of connection to the environment ,others and development Read more [...]

  • Newlon Fusion

    Newlon Fusion is a charitable community regeneration arm of Newlon Housing. At Newlon Fusion we provide community development support and services to Newlon Housing residents as well as the wider community. Our team works to helps people to maximise their ability to succeed, through the provision if quality services and Read more [...]

  • Dreams in Dance

    Dance and movement workshops for young children with physical and mental impairments. Able bodied siblings are always welcome.  Workshop Dates are:                                    Saturday 9th April 2016 10am till 3pm           Read more [...]

  • Nest in the Woods Outdoor Pre-School

    We are very excited to announce our fully outdoor Pre-School which opened in September 2015. We offer places for two, three and four year old children. We also offer the Free Early Years Entitlement of 15 hours. Open Mon-Thur Term-Time. (Hopefully also Fridays from October half-term.) Our base is at Read more [...]

  • Kitchen Garden Produce at Peak ORGANICS

    We grow vegetables, fruit and flowers in Darley Dale and Matlock, we sell our produce at Matlock Wednesday Market and Wirksworth Farmers’ Market. We are using the proceeds to set up a care gardening project to enable local people, with mental health issues, learning difficulties, or who are isolated to Read more [...]

  • The Green Centre

    The Green Centre is a grassroots environmental project based in East Brighton, run entirely by volunteers. Our mission is to provide you with information, advice & activities which help give our city and our planet a cleaner, greener future. From our Green A-Z and our Bottle Top Recycling Marathon to our Read more [...]

  • Plymouth Play CIC and Scrapstore

    Plymouth Play CIC formerly Plymouth Play Association hosts Plymouths only Scrapstore, offering endless opportunities for creative activities .. Be it childrens play, learning and imagination, student projects, artists artistic ness, crafters crafting, knitters jumpers, sewers cushions, designers designs .. You name it we have something that was previously something else Read more [...]

  • The Wild Town Project

    Welcome to Wild Town. We’re on a mission to give people the chance to learn, have fun, enjoy nature and get active outdoors in their local green space. Amidst the urban sprawl of many towns across the UK are hidden gems; pockets of woodlands and meadows within walking distance of Read more [...]

  • The Real Junk Food Project Brighton

    The concept is a simple one – intercepting food waste from supermarkets, restaurants and other sources, before transforming it into healthy, nutritious meals to serve to the local community, on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis. The ‘pay as you feel’ concept encourages people to think about what a plate Read more [...]

  • Bosavern Community Farm

    Bosavern Community Farm is situated near St Just at the very western tip of Cornwall near Land’s End and overlooking the sea toward the Scilly Isles. We are a not-for-profit Social Enterprise run on Wholesome Food Association principles by a community of employees, members and volunteers.

  • Growing Wellbeing with MindFood CIC

    MindFood is launching a new ‘Growing Wellbeing’ 6 week course that focuses on the 5 ways to wellbeing in a food growing environment. The course is designed to be a fun balance of learning how to grow a wide range of fruit and vegetables whilst becoming more mindful of ways to improve Read more [...]

  • Growing Support CIC

    Growing Support’s services are designed to enable older people and people with dementia to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of being outside, gardening and growing their own food. Everyday gardening activities are adapted to ensure they are accessible to everyone. A particular focus of the activities is stimulating social Read more [...]

  • LPF KIDDIES CLUBCIC

    An out of school club and Saturday school for children aged 5 to 12 years old. We host educational and cultural events, workshops and activities for families in the local community. Through our Saturday school we provide our club children with education support in maths, English, exam preparation, African arts, Read more [...]

  • Equus Solutions CIC

    Our aim is to improve the well-being and social interaction of our clients through equine assisted therapies and therapeutic activities for those with mental health issues, ADP conditions and physical disabilities. In consultation with our clients, cares and staff we have devised a program through which we will be able Read more [...]

  • Open Strings Music

    Open Strings Music gives people the opportunity to create music together – whatever your ability, you can play with us! We are passionate about sharing the benefits of making music together. Playing in a group supports creative and learning processes, and helps develop confidence and communication skills. All Open Strings’ Read more [...]

  • GreenSeed

    GreenSeed aims to transform gardening into a fun and social activity whilst encouraging people to go green. The app will be a location based network where users can share gardening tips, pictures, and anecdotes, and ask for advice from other users. You’ll also be able to connect with the local Read more [...]

  • Jay Walkers Theatre Company

    Under the general direction and dictatorship of Jay Walker the company have produced critically acclaimed shows such as ‘Teechers’, ‘Blue Remembered Hills’, ‘The 39 Steps’, ‘Ladies Day’, ‘Time of my Life’ and most recently ‘Not About Heros’. The company members are all known locally and work with other groups such Read more [...]

  • Forest Gate Community Garden

    The Forest Gate Community Garden is a green space in the heart of Forest Gate, where people from all walks of life and cultures can meet, relax, garden and learn about nature and wildlife. It is currently in the planning and design stage, directed by a Steering Group of Forest Read more [...]

  • uskate skatepark

    We are currently raising money to get into this premise, where we will create a skatepark/activity centre teaching a wide range of activities from circus, extreme sports, trapeze, photography, editing, slack line and much more…

  • The Bristol Skipchen

    We are a community food waste cafe run entirely on volunteers serving intercepted “waste” food that would have gone into the bin on a pay-as-you-feel basis. The Bristol Skipchen pop-up cafe will be serving intercepted waste food Mon-Fri 9-3pm from Oct 6th until December at the Crofter’s Rights, Stokes Croft. Read more [...]

  • The Surefoot Effect

    The Surefoot Effect Community Interest Company equips people with lifelong skills for sustainability. Our approach is values-based and transformational. People are at the heart of what we do. Infrastructure and technology matter, but the whole-hearted commitment of people is the essential ingredient for change. When people have: space to think time Read more [...]

  • Junior Showtime Theatre Group

    Junior Showtime Theater Group is an idea for children between the ages of 7 and 16 to be able to experience the art of music, drama, and dance.This is developed through a series of workshops on a regular weekly basis working with a professional Musical Director (Keely Barugh) and professional Read more [...]

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