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  • City to Sea Data Entry and Analysis

    Bristol based City to Sea, a non-profit organisation campaigning to prevent marine plastic pollution at source, are looking for volunteers to help with collating data from an important school’s pilot study. The education resources were tackling the environmental and social aspects of periods and menstrual products from taboos to flushing Read more [...]

  • UK Youth Climate Coalition

    The UK Youth Climate Coalition are recruiting! Are you looking for an exciting volunteering opportunity? Are you aged between 18 and 29? Do you want to meet great people, develop new skills and be part of the global movement to stop climate change? Who are we? UKYCC is a youth Read more [...]

  • Duck Champions

    The Epping Forest Heritage Trust works for the Forest and its communities. Feeding bread to wildfowl in public ponds and other aquatic habitats is becoming a major problem, not only in Epping Forest but all across the UK. The birds can get health problems, the water quality goes down and Read more [...]

  • Rooftop Garden

    We have created a rooftop garden on one of our buildings on the Newcastle University campus. We will use the space to grow fresh produce and to keep bees. The garden will be managed by student volunteers and we will look to link up with community groups and deliver workshops to Read more [...]

  • Sefton Sea Cadets

    We are looking to restore and maintain a memorial garden alongside the Leeds/Liverpool canal where our sea cadets unit is based. This memorial garden is to commemorate an ex marine cadet who was killed in action during the Gulf war. In addition to this we are looking at increasing the Read more [...]

  • Bats, birds and bugs

    We will work with the general community and ASGMA specifically to hold a couple of habitat making days within the park and then install the habitats within Victoria Park, Stretford. We will make 30 bird boxes, 10 bat boxes, 10 bug boxes and repair our bug hotel. We will install new bird feeders in Read more [...]

  • Community gardening for All

    We have a gardening club we wish to further advertise it to spread it to all the community. We will be using an expert gardener to offer professional advice and tips, we will use him as session worker on a monthly basis to go through giving us tips and advice Read more [...]

  • Big Dig 2018: Pop Farm @ Pop Brixton

    Pop Farm is participating in this years London The Big Dig 2018 Come and join us between 10:30am-1:30pm to enjoy doing some urban gardening and learn about urban food growing. What we will do on the day Sow seeds Plant out seedlings Learn about growing seasons Learn about soil composition Take Read more [...]

  • Seedling Swap

    MAY13 Seedling Swap Public Hosted by Green City  clock Sunday, May 13 at 1 PM – 4 PM pin Mackintosh Community Garden, access via Kincraig Street, Cardiff, CF24 3JW Details Sowing seeds is too much fun; every year many of us end up with plenty of spare seedlings so here’s Read more [...]

  • Blue House Yard community garden

    Blue House Yard is a redevelopment of an underused site on River Park Road, a few minutes from Wood Green station. The redevelopment has created private space for rent inside a redeveloped building and in a number of new work-sheds in an old car park. The yard around the work-sheds has Read more [...]

  • Hop Planting at Brixton Windmill

    We invite volunteers to join us preparing to plant Prima Donna (First Gold) hops along the fence behind Brixton Windmill. Tasks include: digging deep holes, filling with well-rotted organic matter and planting bare root hops. For those not so able to do sustained heavy digging we will be tidying up Read more [...]

  • Westbury Banks Nature Reserve

    The Westbury Banks Nature Reserve is located on Westbury Avenue N22, a short walk from Turnpike Lane tube station. The site where the Westbury Banks Nature Reserve was derelict land and was a flytipping hotspot. In April 2017, GrowN22 began planning activities to cleanse the site of litter, glass and Read more [...]

  • Cultivation Street

    I work for a not for profit organisation called Cultivation Street, the founder being the Love your Garden gardener David Domoney. Cultivation Street was set up to primarily support community gardens – whether that be a community groups, school garden or even individual projects. Although the main attraction to Cultivation Read more [...]

  • Rooted in Hull

    Rooted in Hull (RiH) is an innovative Urban Agriculture Project currently being developed on St Peter’s Street in the centre of Hull. Working in partnership with local business, RiH has take over a vacant development site and with the help of a broad coalition of community groups, local and national Read more [...]

  • #2minutelitterpick

    We want to branch out and create ‘green’ litter pick boards that are as successful as our existing blue #2minutebeachclean boards. They have proven to reduce litter from beaches by 61% in a recent trial.  Our #2minutelitterpick boards will be positioned inland in local parks, forests and moorlands.  3 x green Read more [...]

  • Mobile Home (Community Gardening)

    Mobile Home is a lottery funded community project working in five areas of Preston and the South Ribble. We are aiming to establish a community gardening group in each area. If you would like to join us for regular gardening sessions, workshops and training, please get in touch. Helen Thompson: Read more [...]

  • The Kinder Bus

    We are the world’s largest organisers of Random Acts of Kindness. We have our very own Kinder Bus, it’s an original Route Master double decker and we’ve decked it out inside in the style of a 50’s diner complete with it’s very own Wurlitzer Jukebox. We take local groups out Read more [...]

  • Wildlife Corner

    Local voluntary organisation The Conservation Volunteers will clear, prepare and replant an area of land at the cemetery. Fast growing shrubs will be planted to provide a barrier at the edge of the cemetery and enhance the area for wildlife. A variety of shrub species, selected for their value as Read more [...]

  • Mr and Mrs Polluto

    Mr and Mrs Polluto is a series of fun-filled, interactive family performances for ages 4+ that generate an interest in caring for the environment and recycling. Taking place in Redbridge libraries and housing estates, the performances encourage residents to recycle more, litter less and take pride in sustaining green neighbourhoods.

  • SE Essex Seed Potato Day 2018

    SE Essex Seed Potato Day is organised and run entirely by volunteers from both SE Essex Organic Gardeners and local charity, Trust Links http://www.trustlinks.org/ Why not put it in your diary now? Saturday 24 February 10:00 – 14:00 Please use the entrance in Prittlewell Chase. Free admission – delicious refreshments Read more [...]

  • Small Works Big Ideas

    Are you 13 – 24? Do you live/work/ go to school in Islington? Do YOU have a BIG IDEA ? Small Works ‘Big Ideas’ is an exciting and fun programme during which we’ll help you turn your big or small idea into a real project. You’ll learn about social enterprise, Read more [...]

  • Willesden Green Wassail

    A respectfully irreverent adaptation of an ancient English festival. The Wassail (still practiced in rural areas of England) is celebrated in the hope that apple trees will grow healthily in the coming year. In urban areas, the ‘apple trees’ are local shops. Over a hundred participants walk down the High Read more [...]

  • Community Options – Credo Creative Arts

    Community Options is the trading name of Heritage Care’s specialist mental health services and The Credo Creative Arts project is a project delivered by Community Options in Orpington, that is especially suited to people that have lived expereince of mental ill health. Credo provides a space that gives people the chance Read more [...]

  • Update kitchen

    ICARE Day Centre Trust Limited is a small, friendly day centre offering rehabilitation and support for people who have suffered a stroke, and offers support and respite for their carers. The clients are given refreshments and lunch, and activities such as speech therapy, balance and coordination exercise and other enjoyable activities. Read more [...]

  • Ley Hill Park

    Ley Hill Prk is located in Bartley Green Birmingham a deprived area of the city. The Friends of Ley Hill park are a group of local resident volunteers who work with local schools, local wildlife charities (BBCWT, TCV, Urban Buzz) and Birmingham Council to improve public access to the park Read more [...]

  • Feedback

    Feedback is an environmental organisation that campaigns to end food waste at every level of the food system. We catalyse action on eliminating food waste globally, working with governments, international institutions, businesses, NGOs, grassroots organisations and the public to change society’s attitude toward wasting food. At Feedback, we understand that Read more [...]

  • Bat Community project – Ealing

     Supported by Greggs Foundation Environmental Grant #GreenerwithGreggs The Ealing area has relatively few Bat records compared with other areas of London (London Bat Atlas, 2014). This project will raise awareness of the ecosystems supporting bats locally, provide more specific habitat for bats such as ponds, perform surveys to help understand Read more [...]

  • SE Essex Organic Gardeners

    SE Essex Organic Gardeners would love you to join them at their next meeting on Monday 18 September at Growing Together Westcliff at 20:00: ‘TURNING MY LIFE AROUND’ Tracy Mackness is an Essex bad girl turned good. She is now the owner of the successful “farm to fork” Giggly Pig Read more [...]

  • Sugar Smart Exeter

    Sugar Smart Exeter is a local version of the national Sugar Smart campaign run by Jamie Oliver’s Food Foundation and Sustain (www.sugarsmartuk.org) The initiative is run by Food Exeter – a partnership of organisations and individuals in the city motivated to promoting healthy eating and improving the food environment.  We Read more [...]

  • Tyre Furniture Skills

    Tyre Furniture skills is a project that was started in 2016 to deliver tyre furniture making as a recognisable income generating skill,in The Gambia. We succesfully ran the project in Jan/ Feb 2017 in The Gambia and trained two groups of people how to make 5 different peices of tyre Read more [...]

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