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  • Tabard Gardens Community Allotments

    We are a community allotment on Tabard Gardens estate London SE1. We grow a range of fruit and vegetables, provide growbags for residents provide composting facilities and run regular community open days with support from BOST.

  • Cultivating Company

    A growing space on Josephine Avenue created in autumn 2008 as a part of clean-up project that has seen a previously overgrown and unattractive space transformed into a community garden for local people. 6 Local residents are involved in the project.

  • Crofton Park Community skip trial

    as part of an MA project looking to tackle lewishams very high levels of flytipping (130 incidents per day) the council have agreed to trial a community skip in crofton park. end of eddystone rd from 10am saturday the 14th until the following monday.

  • Ting-Ting Tooting

    Ting-Ting TOOTING exists to encourage the 150,000 people who live within a 15 minute cycle ride of Tooting to make some journeys to the shops, market, leisure centre, restaurants and stations by bike.

  • Living Medicine

    Living Medicine aims to reskill us all in using food and herbs for health. We envisage a web of community medicinal gardens nationwide linked to a great new World Herb & Kitchen Garden and centre of excellence in central London.

  • Castle Climbing Centre Garden

    A project to make use of the one acre green space at the side of the Castle Climbing Centre in Green Lanes. As part of their environmental policy, they’d like to grow food for the cafe and the castle members, staff and local community. The kitchen garden grows herbs, vegetables Read more [...]

  • Allotment Learning Project

    A lottery funded project which aims to encourage healthy eating and family cohesion by putting disadvantaged families onto allotments, and giving them the encouragement, training, and equipment necessary for them to grow their own produce.

  • Harvest Brighton & Hove

    Harvest is helping more people in Brighton to grow their own and eat local food. We’re finding new land for growing in unexpected places. We also support businesses, community groups and people that sell, cook or grow local food.

  • MetaboliCity

    A vision of a city that metabolizes its resources and waste to supply its inhabitants with all the nourishment they need and more. Creating awareness about the importance of localised food production and a reconnection with life sustaining processes.

  • South West London WDM

    We challenge the root causes of global poverty and are campaigning for action to reduce the UK’s contribution to climate change and for a fairer international trading system that puts people and the environment first. Active in Wandsworth & Lambeth.

  • BEACHCROFT SCHOOL GARDENS

    Exciting new venture at BEACHCROFT SCHOOL in North Westminster, London W9 2EL. The new term saw the launch of the project in conjunction with LETS GO LETS GROW, Westminster City Guardians, teaching staff and some very enthusiastic students.

  • Green Ambassadors

    Groups aiming to make carbon reductions by measuring and committing to actions in their energy use, waste, transportation, food, shopping and water habits. Based at Hackney City Farm, looking to set up at other city farms, community gardens, etc…

  • Dome Homes

    Dome being built, step by step. It is a very “Green Living Space”. It’s a style of housing that uses 1/3 less energy, heat, cooling etc.

  • Equal cashback for microgenerators

    The bad news: People who installed solar or wind generation at home before the government’s feed-in tariff announcements will get a pittance – and may even get a cut in income. Join us in our call for a better deal for existing microgenerators

  • brighter future – People in Action

    brighter future hosts events to expand the number of people involved in local environmental groups. Our prize target is the Mayor’s 60% reduction of CO2 by 2025 – but we want this to happen in a way that really improves people’s quality of life too.

  • Lambeth Friends of the Earth

    We are a local Friends of the Earth Group based in the London Borough of Lambeth. We campaign on many issues such as climate change, protecting endangered habitats, supporting local shops and opposing airport expansion. We meet at least once a month

  • Holy Trinity Sunday School, Roehampton

    The Sunday School at Roehampton Holy Trinity Church has a diverse membership of children from the local area. We are creating an allotment from scratch at Froebel College, firstly building, composting and finally planting food that we can eat!!

  • localskillswap.com

    Localskillswap has been formed to help you to find people in your area so you can swap skills and get things done for free! Go to our home page, register as a member and use our website to find people.  You can join a local group or create your own!

  • Environmental Audit Team

    South West London Environment Network’s Environmental Audit Team help homes, schools, charities and organisations serving the community  in Hounslow, Kingston and Richmond to become greener. We will visit your premises or home, review your energy, water and waste usage and then give you a full report with recommendations. We always find Read more [...]

  • The Streatham Chutney Challenge

    A new initiative for Streatham to encouarge people to preserve their home grown produce. We are holding our very first Chutney Challenge in February 2010, so plenty of time to perfect your recipes and let your chutney mature! Check out the website.

  • Light Green Resources

    LGR is an environmental recruitment agency spanning all sectors but focussing on green, environmental and ethically focussed jobs from internships and junior level roles to more senior positions within the industry.

  • Transition Town Ashtead

    This is a grass-roots initiative. We need creative, practical ideas and involvement from all people in Ashtead area. We work to create local solutions to improve quality of life by enabling the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon lifestyle.

  • Go Green Plus

    Go Green Plus provides free in-depth environmental mentoring and support to businesses in Lambeth, Richmond, Wandsworth, Sutton, Merton, Richmond, Kingston focusing on energy, water, waste, re-use, recycling, transport and procurement.

  • Wix Primary School Garden, Battersea

    Creation of a vegetable & sensory primary school garden from an old sandpit & overgrown raised beds. The school playground, like all London schools, is almost all tarmaced with no grass but has lots of little opportunities for planting out.

  • local lab

    N16 local parents association/think tank/project generator for things like bulk-buying, sustainable living and preparing our children for their future.

  • Camden Garden Centre

    2 Barker Drive, London, NW1 0JW Trying to persuade the Council to let us develop some of their land next door to our premises and create a model fruit nand vegetable garden

  • Transition Town Wimbledon

    TRANSITION TOWN WIMBLEDON CLOSES Please send all enquiries about green issues  in Wimbledon and Merton to sustainablemerton@gmail.com or see website  www.sustainablemerton.org Transition Town Wimbledon began in 2009 with the help of Sustainable Merton. It established two community gardens and held events ranging from draught-proofing workshops and screening films, to craft Read more [...]

  • Camberwell Farmers’ Garden

    We are in the process of setting up a community garden on the Brandon 3 Estate. It will be managed by the Tenants and Residents Association of the estate and there will be a food growing aspect to the garden including exotic fruits and vegetables.

  • White City Food Growing Project, London

    Calling everyone with an interest in growing food! Funded through Capital Growth and Well London, a food garden has been created at the White City Community Centre. Get involved in food growing workshops, exciting trips and cook and eat sessions!

  • St Mark’s CE Primary School, Newtown

    St Marks CE Primary School have signed up as part of the Diocesan Food Growing Programme, and have won a national schools award with Sky TV called Appetite for Action. They have applied to Faiths4Change for a grant to create a cmmunity allotment.

  • Parkfields Community Garden

    A new project to create a community garden on abandoned allotments in a corner of Parkfields site in North Kingston. Permaculture principles will be used to design the site with fruit, veg and herb growing, wildlife areas and community workshops.

  • Merseyside Cycling Campaign

    Cycling is an important means of transport on Merseyside – healthy, convenient, environmentally responsible – and sustainable. Visit our website to find more about cycling on Merseyside and what the Merseyside Cycling Campaign is about.

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