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  • The Wilton Herbery

    Looking at improving, using and learning from our herb garden. Making scalable items from the herbs produced to fund further community work on the estate.  We will train 5 local residents in Food Hygiene Level 2 so they can utilise the herbs being grown to make interesting and unusual products Read more [...]

  • Morpeth and District Red Squirrels (MAD RS)

    Morpeth and District Red Squirrels (MAD RS) is a small voluntary group, formed in 2012. Our aim is to protect and preserve native red squirrels within Morpeth and the surrounding area. Northumberland is fortunate to have red squirrels living in woodlands and gardens within the county. We provide information and Read more [...]

  • Northcliffe Allotments Community Garden

    We are an allotment society in Shipley, West Yorkshire, currently developing a community garden.  We receive a Greggs Foundation Environment Grant which is really helping us to develop the site. Find out more or even apply for a plot at http://northcliffe.btck.co.uk/

  • Community Orchard

    To create a community orchard within our community woodland.  Hoping to plant UK indigenous fruit varieties. The project is supported by the Greggs Foundation.

  • Greening the Range – A Blooming Community

    We are a Residents’ Association covering 400 households, who initiated a project called Blooming Community 6 years ago.  We have installed planters on the streets, planted fruit trees in the community, hold regular litter picks and improve links between our community and the council and police. We hold an annual Read more [...]

  • The New Brighteners

    The New Brighteners are a beach cleaning and environmental group who, in addition to cleaning our local beaches, support other groups in Wirral, work closely with Wirral Council and Councillors and do education work in local schools.

  • Monmouth Park Orchard

    Monmouth Park is very much a blank canvass, an open green space. Although there are some trees in the park, much more can be done to make it more enjoyable and environmentally friendly for park users and local residents. At the moment the park is very much a cut through. Read more [...]

  • Edible Avenue SW8

    We are residents from the local area working to green up three estates – Patmore, Carey Gardens and Savona. We come together every Friday morning 10-12 to garden around the local area, helping people who cannot look after their own gardens, and developing more wildlife and food growing areas in Read more [...]

  • New Malden Garden Taskforce

    New Malden Garden Taskforce is a way for gardeners to get together and tackle big projects in a group together. Are you interested in joining New Malden’s newest task force. We are looking for energetic team of local volunteers where needed to brighten our town? Facebook Group: New Malden Garden Taskforce

  • South East Essex Seed Share!

    South East Essex Organic Gardeners in partnership with Trust Links and Southend in Transition SATURDAY, 24th FEBRUARY 10:00 -14:00 Corner of Fairfax Drive and Prittlewell Chase Admission FREE – Refreshments and much more Take some freebies home. Bring your seeds to swap or donate to our seed bank. Get surprised Read more [...]

  • Online Pollination Checker

    Hello all, we have been working hard on upgrading our pollination tool which you can freely use which enables you to see the pollination guides for an assortment of plants and trees. We are currently updating the website information and adding in as much data as possible, so if you Read more [...]

  • Incredible Edible Avenue SW8

    Greening the area between Thessaly Road and Stewarts Road, covered by three estates, Patmore, Carey Gardens and Savona. Planting fruit tees and bushes to create a community orchard Running regular gardening workshops – The Potting Shed Working with schools and community groups Upskilling around horticulture, upcycling, cooking, healthy eating Volunteering Read more [...]

  • Incredible Edible Hooky School Garden

    Our Incredible School Garden Project aims to develop a growing space within the grounds of the village school including raised growing beds for fruit and vegetables, a green house, cold frames, bee hotels, a compost bin and wormery. Children will be able to learn about sustainable horticulture, ecology and the Read more [...]

  • Morfa Gateway Project

    A Community Environmental Project in Prestatyn, North Wales. Project proudly supported in 2019 by Grow Wild the national outreach initiative of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (Kew). Top Picture 2018 Bottom Picture 2019 Our project was established in 2017. We are working to transform a site that was once a waste disposal site. Anti-social Read more [...]

  • Poets’ Corner Community Garden

    Since January 2016 the members of Poets’ Corner Community Garden have taken on and transformed an underused former community garden on the Bethnal Green Estate & created a renewed, bigger, more beautiful garden & resource for the local community. Despite being the newest community garden in Tower Hamlets, Poets’ Corner Community Garden Read more [...]

  • Hackney Fixers

    Hackney Fixers is a community repair project which aims to promote repair in the London Borough of Hackney as an alternative to growing mountains of waste and consumption. As a joint project of Sustainable Hackney and Hackney and Tower Hamlets Friends of the Earth we were inspired by The Restart Read more [...]

  • Largs Organic Gardens

    Community Garden at Largs Railway Station. A  Viking themed community garden, created on a disused area of old track bed within the Railway Station.  Situated next to Platform 1 garden members grow their own organic fruit, vegetables and flowers in whiskey barrels and raised beds.  We have communal fruit trees, Read more [...]

  • Garden City Sensory Garden

    We plan to turn an unused space in an area of our park into a more exciting, relaxing and inclusive sensory garden for residents, helping to improve mental & physical well-being. It will be accessed from a new disabled parking bay and dropped kerbside, with circular planters to allow easy Read more [...]

  • Southfields Harvest

    EAT, MEET, MAKE AND SHARE AT SOUTHFIELDS HARVEST. Neighbourhood festival celebrating this lively patch of SW18. Ever wondered what went on in Southfields? Come along to Southfields Harvest to find out. Connect with your community. Network with your neighbours, share ideas and information over a beer from Southfields very own Read more [...]

  • Petts Wood and Orpington Chess Club

    Petts Wood and Orpington Chess Club welcomes visitors. We meet on Friday evenings at St John’s URC, Lynwood Grove Orpington BR6 0BG from 6.30-7.30pm for juniors (U18s) accompanied by an adult, and 7.30pm for adults, from September to April each year. For more details, visit our website or contact  secretary@pwchessclub.org

  • Growing Great Things at Aspire Ryde

    Growing Great Things is a project aimed at improving the physical and mental health and well-being of all the participants.  Through gardening together in the community garden, people will grow vegetables, fruit, flowers and friendship. Each group meets weekly throughout the year, carrying out gardening activities and having plenty of Read more [...]

  • Growing Great Things

    Growing Great Things is a project aimed at improving the physical and mental health and well-being of all the participants.  Through gardening together in the community garden, people will grow vegetables, fruit, flowers and friendship. Each group meets weekly throughout the year, carrying out gardening activities and having plenty of Read more [...]

  • Clennon Valley Lakes

    Volunteer group restoring the bays finest wetland nature reserve back to its former glory. Created by Torbay Council in the early 1980’s Clennon Valley Lakes providing a nature reserve for wildlife but equally a place for the local community to use and enjoy. The nature reserve areas were fenced, planted Read more [...]

  • Edible High Town

    We are renovating and replanting many of the green spaces around High Town, Luton, with edible plants and wild flowers for pollinators. The project consists of local volunteers, a coordinator and funded gardeners who maintain the plots. We look forward to adding some pictures of our progress!

  • Swiss cottage community gardening

    community gardening,aims to improve connections and bring people together understanding the natural environment. Creating healthy spaces to nurture skills and knowledge. Growing edible herbs, or vegetables whiles  being resourceful and  kind 

  • Wildlings Kid’s Club

    Wildlings Kid’s Club for children aged 2 – 12, along with their parents/adults, will provide a weekly opportunity for outdoor learning experiences and creative play in a natural environment. Activities including: planting, creating wildlife habitats, wildlife crafts, tree identification, muddy play, storytelling and more. 

  • Nightingale Garden

    A biodiverse community garden for everyone to enjoy. Volunteers meet every Sunday and Monday afternoon from 2 to 4pm, weather allowing, with gardeners tea at 3. Easy to join in, or just enjoy the garden with us. The garden is in the former bowling green in the corner of Nightingale Read more [...]

  • Veg Box Project

    We at Make Do and Mend have setup a workshop to reuse pallets in order to make ready-to-use raised beds for self-grown vegetables. The raised beds are to be supplied to companies, those in need and local community areas. They are installed and provided with compost and plants. This initiative Read more [...]

  • Grown in Peckham

    Grown in Peckham is a volunteer session aimed at learning about food growing and raising plants.  The day runs from 11-4 with a shared lunch from 1-2. In exchange for their effort in the garden volunteers get to take home a share of the harvest. Everyone welcome, no prior skills necessary.   

  • Grow Your Own At Home!

    Learn how to grow fruit & veg in a series of FREE monthly sessions in Tooting on the second Saturday morning of the month, 10.30am- 12.30pm. No previous gardening experience necessary. Learning sessions include practical activities and a handout covering the basics. We can also help you with ideas about Read more [...]

  • Wandsworth Composting Project

    We’re aiming to make composting easier for people in London Borough of Wandsworth! As well as offering support around the conventional ‘cool’ composting of garden waste, we’re exploring how to make usable compost from food waste using wormeries and ‘hot’ composting bins.

  • Global Gardens Project

    The Global Gardens Project is about coming together through gardening, food and working with clay. Our vision to celebrate ecological and cultural diversity. We are currently working on creating an organic kitchen garden at our site at Flaxland Allotments, located just off Whitchurch Road on Sachville Avenue, CF14 3NY. We Read more [...]

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