Edible Hexham are thrilled to have recieved funding from Greggs to allow us to continue to engage with the public on sustainability and local food production. Using plants grown in the community garden, Edible Hexham will stock planters and beds across town with a greater variety of herb and Read more [...]
Greenpeace need your help! We are building a giant disco tree for the middle of our field at Glastonbury festival. It tells a story about the impact of plastic on our environment. It will be 20m tall, have a DJ booth in the trunk, and be covered in 15,000 flowers Read more [...]
Forest School Leader Training London 2019 JUN – AUG – OCT – NOV 2019 Ham Lands (Richmond/Kingston) – Crouch End (Haringey) – High Elms (Bromley).🌳🌳🌳 For all trainings, at least 2 of the Greenbow Trainers will be present, if not all 3 – with collective Forest School experience of 35+ Read more [...]
Cae Tân is a Community Supported Agriculture Project (CSA) based on The Gower Peninsula in South Wales. We grow and supply fresh, seasonal, biodynamic produce to our members weekly throughout the year. Our Sustainable Schools programme enables us to work with 5 schools in Swansea to raise awareness of sustainable farming Read more [...]
Inspiring children to grow From creation to relocation, the ‘Believe in Tomorrow’ garden’s mission is to encourage more children to enjoy, interact with and learn from the great outdoors. Together we can give urban schools and communities the chance to be inspired by the small pockets of time and nature Read more [...]
Forest School Leader Training in and around London JANUARY (28th Jan-1st Feb) High Elms (Bromley) MARCH (11th-15th) Ham Lands (Richmond/Kingston) For these next two trainings, all three Greenbow Trainers – with collective Forest School experience of 35+ yrs – will be present www.greenbow.co.uk/aboutus/! A real treat – 3 for the Read more [...]
We are helping the fantastic volunteers behind East Morton Community Shop to improve the environment around them! Creating a series of “Living Walls” with volunteers. Attracting wildlife and conversation!
Vauxhall Energy is a community benefit society created to install solar panels on the Vauxhall Gardens estate. The electricity generated will be used to power communal areas on the estate with the excess exported to the national grid. The sale of this electricity will be used to repay our investors Read more [...]
We have just been awarded a Greggs Environmental grant for our ‘Flowers for Life’ project which is amazing. We are really excited to get this grant funding which will enable us to do so much in the coming seasons with people of all ages from the Kilton and Worksop Community. Read more [...]
Project Dirt, in collaboration with Power to Change and The Eden Project Communities, are gathering community businesses, social enterprises, community projects, socially responsible corporate partners, friends and family at the beautiful Hounslow Hall Estate, Buckinghamshire. Join us for an unconference in the countryside. A unique festival experience, Offline brings three Read more [...]
Establishing a Community Garden in our Whole Again Community Space to be able to grow the food that we cook in our workshops. The garden will provide the space to teach and engage volunteers and students the skills needed to grow food practically and easily anywhere. The produce from Read more [...]
Stories & Supper is a refugee supper club project which aims to challenge some of the myths surrounding the migration crisis. Refugee and non-refugee volunteers work in partnership to produce great food and inspiring stories.
We are a festival.
Sutton Community Farm is a 7-acre community-owned farm in Wallington, south London. The farm grows vegetables according to organic principles and provide a shared space for the local community to cultivate skills. The farm generates a large proposition of its income through running a local VegBox scheme, distributing fruit and Read more [...]