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  • Friends of Sudley Estate

    We want to bring Sudley’s Walled Garden back into productive use. We want to create a 21st Century version of the original. We’re finding out about its past to inform its future. We need people to join in.

  • Lordship North edible garden

    Residents of our housing estate created the garden in 2009 out of the disused laundry drying area. We started growing in bags, but this year built raised beds on the tarmac. We grew particularly delicious runner beans and carrots despite the windy site, and won Hackney in Bloom 2012 Best Community Project (voluntary), Read more [...]

  • Eco Archway This group was born in 2010 when a number of North Islington residents got together to lobby MP Jeremy Corbyn as part of the nationwide Stop Climate Chaos Big Climate Connection campaign Since then we have met on more or less monthly basis where we discuss all Read more [...]

  • Spitalfields City Farm

    Spitalfields City Farm is a community farm only a stones throw from the city of London. We are an urban oasis, offering educational and fun activities, skills training, animal sponsorship and volunteer work for local communities and visiting groups.  Education/ Horticulture/ Arts and Crafts/ Volunteering/ Animal Care/ Sustainability.

  • The Doddington Community Roof Garden

      The Doddington Community Roof Garden is a green space for the local community to enjoy and grow flowers, vegetables and fruit. A team of volunteers help open it up every Saturday 10am-1pm and from April-September also on Tuesday 4pm-8pm. For more information contact Louisa on 07964932211.

  • Oasis edible forest gardening project

    We are a forest gardening project situated on a children’s adventure playground. We have already developed several area’s in the garden – but there is still so much to do! As well as gardening based activities we have lots of other things going on – building out of recycled materials (artistic and practical), Read more [...]

  • Girdlestone Gardening Club

    A community group in North Islington. We formed in 2008 to improve the green spaces of the estate, then we were awarded Edible Islington funding and transformed a disused playground into an organic veg plot.

  • London Green Drinks

    The original London Green Drinks. We meet every second Tuesday of the month, now at the Pontefract Castle pub, in Marylebone (2 minutes from Bond Street tube station). Join us from 6.30pm. Expect a mixture of professionals, council officers, activists and students from across the capital. If you’re interested in Read more [...]

  • Merton Green Drinks

    After a break Merton Green Drinks are back! Come and meet like minded folk in Merton, find out about projects in the area and put the world to rights over a drink.  We meet on the second Tuesday of the month from 8pm in the Charles Holden Pub in Collier’s Read more [...]

  • Transition Town Liverpool

    The idea is that a town using less energy and fewer resources could be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than at present. Join in the explore how we can  reduce the impact of climate change and peak resource use on our communities.

  • Reduce milk plastic pollution

    Reduce plastic pollution and get rid of milk containers by install milk distributors within Wandsworth common. These distributors could supply fresh milk at any time and to anyone. They will be able to sell glass empty bottle and to top up them.

  • Kingston Edible Forest Garden

    We are no longer posting events on Semble. The project is still active. Please email us at for information and to be notified of when we’re on site. Our website is Planted in 1992: a permaculture reserve, forest garden and community orchard with mature top fruit trees, soft Read more [...]

  • Camden Friends of the Earth

    Camden Friends of the Earth campaigns for solutions to environmental problems – for action to create a better, greener Camden (and beyond!). We’re all volunteers and are active across the borough of Camden – we meet monthly, hold stalls at local festivals, community fairs and markets, organise events and film Read more [...]

  • The Onion Shed

    The Onion Shed is a local group that undertakes, initiates and supports activities to help make north Lambeth a place where a high quality of life can be enjoyed within a fair share of the earth’s resources.

  • Transition Tunbridge Wells

    Local Transition initiative. The Food Group have set up a community allotment and a local Garden Share Scheme. Energy, Waste, Transport and Heart and Soul Groups also engaged on current projects.

  • Cranbrook Community Food Garden

    A food garden where produce is grown communally, on the Cranbrook estate in Bethnal Green. There are gardening clubs on a Thursday evening (5.30pm – 7.30pm) and Saturday morning. Please call the garden mobile on 07939 978778 for more information.

  • York Rise Growers

    Gardening friends in North London. Growing vegetables, salads, fruit and herbs in raised beds and converted flower beds. Fans of composting and wiggly worms.

  • Tooting Foodival

    Tooting Foodival is a project run by Transition Town Tooting.  Each year in September we host a big food related event in Tooting that generally involves connecting local growers of food to local cooks, restaurants and local people. A key idea is to connect people with the source of their Read more [...]

  • Bramford Community Garden

    Come and join our volunteers for a fun Sunday gardening sessions in Wandsworth Town. With an eclectic mix of herbaceous and productive plants, and our minds focused on water saving and sustainable practices, the garden aims to be a haven in the city for wildlife and people alike. All abilities Read more [...]

  • Transition Streatham

    Streatham residents coming together to look at sustainable projects.Ideas so far: food growing, Fairtraid purchasing, energy group, composting, recycling, street events and noticeboards, workshops and talks and a community garden.

  • riverside area

    Re-generation of a grotty and dark part of the Thames path   There will be a mixture of trees and shrubs will be planted and  efforts to make the area feel safer and tidier for everyone who uses the path to walk, run or cycle. Some bushes and flowers have Read more [...]

  • administrators group

    This group is to help co-ordination and information exchange amongst the founders and administrators of each project on Project Dirt. Make suggestions, ask us your questions and check out tips to make the most of your project pages. Your first port of call for IT issues is to check our Read more [...]

  • Brixton Food and Growing Group

    This group is open to anyone in Brixton or the surrounding areas who is interested in being involved in making our community more sustainable and resilient through local food and growing initiatives. This group is whatever YOU make it. You can use it to connect up with other members of Transition Town Read more [...]

  • Clapham Roof Garden

    We are a community of 6 flats and have a large roof terrace at the top of the property. We are looking into planting our own vegtables and fruits – which we'll be able to eat ourselves. Marks going to do a trial run first on his own balcony…

  • Transition Town Tooting

    Transition Town Tooting explores how the lovely, diverse & unusual south-west London community of Tooting can respond to the challenges and opportunities of community sustainability and climate change. Join us to plan a brighter future for Tooting! Please have a look at our whole history on our blog at

  • IT Support

    This page is where to find help and technical support for setting up your projects and carrying out other activities on Project Dirt. If you would like to ever go back to the old site, you can access it at:

  • Balham composters

    We are a group of dedicated composters looking to spread the … err, dirt? We are working to encourage people in Balham & Tooting to compost more, more often.

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