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  • Pedal4Health

    We are a community cycling project working in Wandsworth and Merton. Our main aim is to promote the health benefits of cycling and we work closely with Wandsworth PCT providing family cycling courses.

  • The DoNation

    Enabling you to inspire your friends to live more sustainable lives, through an online sponsorship platform that replaces cash with action. Employee engagement programmes that get staff excited about sustainability

  • Sprouting56

    Is an edible community garden and a space for weekly events, to gain and share knowledge about sustainable living and growing food. Run by students, for students and the wider community. It provides a platform for interdisciplinary collaborations.

  • Growing Southwark

      Growing Southwark is a group of active residents who coming together wish to encouraging edible growing across Southwark & beyond. We formed a constituted organisation in July 2009. So if you are a group and need some help to set-up a growing project then contact us. If you are Read more [...]

  • EcoTeams

    A community engagement programme helping you to learn about the environment and how easily you can change your everyday lifestyle for the better.

  • Lewisham Hostels Growing Project

    A learning project for homeless families and single people living in Lewisham Council's hostels. The project will provide opportunities for learning skills in food growing will be combined with learning about healthy eating.

  • FOOD from the SKY

    ‘FOOD from the SKY’ is a world first – A pioneering Permaculture food growing and educational initiative on the roof top of Thornton’s Budgens supermarket, Crouch End, North London. ‘A new template for our future’. OUR VISION: ‘To grow Life, Food and Community in our most cemented places and to Read more [...]

  • Dalston Roof Park

    Bootstrap is in the initial stages of creating a new public space on the roof of the Print House. The Dalston Roof Park will be a new green space in an area of very few.

  • Transition Ickenham

    A new Transition Group wanting to find ways of reducing carbon emissions and energy use in the village of Ickenham, Middlesex. Please get in touch if you want to join us.

  • House of Wayward Plants

    The House of Wayward Plants facilitates large-scale plant exchanges and adoption events for unwanted plants. As the Official Reuse Partner of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and RHS Hampton Court Flower Show, the House of Wayward Plants rehomes thousands of plants each year to community groups and schools across the Read more [...]

  • Greenhouses available

    We have some large commercial greenhouses in south-east London that are likely to be surplus to our requirements later this year. They are in a secure location. Would be interested to hear from people interested in renting them.

  • South London Botanical Institute

    We require regular volunteers to assist with our developing programme of environmental education for children and young people. If you are interested, contact Sue Amos at the institute by emailing to sue@slbi.org.uk or calling and leaving a message.

  • North Kensington Diggers

    A group for the plot-holders of the North Kensington Kitchen Gardens. [created and managed by RBKC and Groundwork London] Growing workshops, trips, events and garden parties..whatever the weather!

  • The People’s Plot

    The People’s Plot is a community allotment in South Acton where we can grow our own fruit and vegetables, cook and eat the food we grow together. Free workshops for all on Thursday afternoons. No experience needed, just dig it!

  • London Carbon Conversations

    Carbon Conversations is an award winning carbon reduction course which helps people reduce their footprint. The project covers all aspects of modern life from energy to shopping and helps people reduce their impacts in the best way for them.

  • H2O Walk for Water, Walk for Life

    A unique fundraising idea to support African water projects: complete a sponsored walk from some place beginning with ‘H’ to somewhere beginning with ‘O’ (hence, H-to-O); then donate the money to any charity sponsoring clean water projects in Africa.

  • Nature’s Gym

    Nature’s Gym sessions take place on Thursdays & once a month on a Saturday from 11am-2pm. Full training will be given by an experienced leader.Workdays are free, fun & friendly. It’s a great way make a positive contribution to your local environment

  • Thames21

    Thames21 is an environmental charity working with communities to bring London’s waterways to life. Thames21 mobilise thousands of volunteers every year to clean up waterside grot-spots, remove graffiti and create new habitats for wildlife. We are a Capital Clean-up Kit Keeper.

  • Neat U Loo

    Sanitation; lack of sanitation; Toilets; Lack of Toilets; Developing Countries; Asia; Africa; India/ Pakisthan/ Nigeria/ Faces

  • LIFE Project

    LIFE Project, (Local Initiative for Faiths and the Environment) aims to build bridges between people of faith and ecological action on a grassroots level. We’re building a friendly network of people who support and inspire each other

  • Hackney City Farm

    For over 20 years, Hackney City Farm has been giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming right in the heart of the city. We aim to be an environmental improvement centre with courses and volunteers working towards this goal.

  • little purple dot ethical directory

    little purple dot is a project creating an online directory of businesses selling ethical products and services. The directory covers the UK and utilises content submitted, for free, by website users and business owners.

  • Middle Row Primary School

    Planting of a community food garden and wildlife garden on school premises, for use by school children and local community Incorporating educational workshops on food growing, wildlife and biodiversity into school syllabus.

  • Cottington Community Garden

    We are a community garden started up physically in February 2010 to grow vegetables etc.on our estate in Kennington, South London. Open to the wider community around the estate, we are looking for more people to come and be involved. Please post your thoughts below or in the discussion forum. Read more [...]

  • Friends of Tooting Common

    The Friends of Tooting Commons are a group of local people who think the Commons are special places, and want them to stay that way. We care about the Commons, and want to make them better places for people, plants and wildlife. Come and join us!

  • Get Walking Keep Walking

    We encourage people to walk in their local areas because walking is fun, you can socialize, it helps getting fit and loosing some weight, to be healthy mentally and physically. You can also discover hidden nooks and crannies of your neighborough•••

  • Brixton Energy

    We have come together to establish Brixton’s very own community owned energy project where we can own and generate our own electricity. We are looking for lots of people, ideas and input so join us and get involved.

  • 9carrots

    Community and business co-operate to fight against climate change. Retailers choose energy efficiency upgrades, 9carrots advertises them and consumers support them. Business invest 10% of the extra revenue towards their target upgrade.

  • Greenpeace Southwark

    Welcome to Greenpeace Southwark.  It is a great time to get involved, with so much going on, from having a group hug with police to campaigning in a climbing centre. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the The Old Thameside Inn, London Bridge SE1 9DG at Read more [...]

  • Green Community Champions

    Lambeth Green Community Champions Programme supports individuals who want to work with others in their communities to reduce their impact on the environment and ‘make a difference’ .

  • Friends of Frendsbury Gardens

    Open access, Brockley, SE4, flowers, vegetables, herbs, raised beds, pond, seasonal veggie growing, beginners' workshops, parent and toddler, permaculture, container gardening, hanging baskets, floristry, healthy eating, cooking, composting.

  • Donate It, Don’t Dump It

    Run by the Wandsworth Salvation Army charity shop. Buy a “Bag for Life” for £1 and when you feel generous and wish to donate things in the bag – at least 6 items of adult clothes or weighing over 2 kilos, you will receive a 50% discount on purchases

  • Brixton Cornercopia

    A corner shop in Brixton Village Market selling delicious locally made food products and a hub for community recipes and food stories. Looking for both home made foods, (jams, preserves, chutneys, sauces etc… and story/recipe gatherers.

  • My Tea Garden

    Starting and growing My Tea Garden, with a little help from my friends who will be invited to my afternoon tea parties! Why don’t you join me and start a growing a miniature tea garden of herbs and enjoy a cup of your own brew!

  • Brockwell Bake

    Brockwell Bake ‘real baking’ event aims to get out and about in South London during 2011 with wheat planting in community and school gardens, parks and wasteland. Brockwell Bake will then help people harvest, thresh, mill and bake with your wheat.

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