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    Fruit City is a growing map and network of all the fruit trees in public spaces in London. Logged and mapped by the Fruit City team and you. Know a fruit tree? Add it to the map!

  • Transition Waltham Forest

    This group screened films & held public meetings in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, which led to the formation of Transition Leytonstone & Transition Walthamstow. Probably most accurately described as a fledgling transition hub, the group is currently 'resting' until its required to help the establishment of new transition Read more [...]

  • 3R’s Arts n Crafts Group

    Using the principles of Reduce Reuse Recycle come along to fortnightly drop-in sessions hosted by Spitalfields City Farm, share your ideas and materials with other enthusiastic crafty types and get crafting! 1st & 3rd Saturday of every month, 12-2pm

  • Loughborough Green and Growing

    Loughborough Green and Growing is a community gardening venture run by and for residents of the Loughborough Estate. The project focuses on converting disused green spaces into small, individual, allotment-style plots and communal gardening areas.

  • The ABUNDANCE Project

    Growing cabbages on the Guinness Trust estate, Brixton! The Abundance Project has been turning run-down allotment on an urban housing estate back to full, glorious production!

  • Camden GreenBank Community Food Project

    A disused communal play yard is being made into a food growing space. Based on an estate near Kings Cross, the project will involve residents and local community groups. Funded by Capital Growth and run by Camden TimeBank (SPH Housing).

  • Hyde Farm Community Garden

    An organic community garden being created around on old church hall to encourage everyone to grow food. Started by members of the Hyde Farm Climate Action Network which is helping the Hyde Farm become a low carbon community.


    We breathe life into buildings by enabling young people to work with specialists on implementing conservation measures e.g. Local Food Production, Rain Water Harvesting & Bio Diverse Living Roofs. LOCATION:½ mile radius of Kings Cross Station.

  • RU Outdoors

    An allotment area in which we have established a number of beds and plan to put in many more for the staff, students and wider community of Roehampton University as well as the beginnings of a forest garden area for everyone to use.

  • Farleigh Road

    Adventures in creating a permaculture garden in Hackney… Think grey-water recycling, soft fruit beds, companion planting, composting, wormeries, raised beds, mulching and happiness.

  • Garden Partners

    Garden Partners, run by Age UK Wandsworth, matches garden owners over the age of 60 who need help to maintain their gardens with volunteers who would like to tend a garden regularly. In return for doing basic maintenance in the garden the volunteer is given an area where they can Read more [...]

  • is a wiki that looks to compile local environmental activity alongside debate on the wider issues. What tries to make different from other wikis is our use of categories to make the content easily accessible.

  • Energise London

    Energise London aims to promote energy efficiency, use of renewable energy and water conservation across all 33 London Boroughs using social marketing and behaviour change mechanisms.

  • Are you “shirtworthy?”

    International water-conservation effort, Water – Use It Wisely is asking fellow environmentally concious friends to explain on Twitter in 140 characters or less why they’re “shirtworthy.” If you make the cut, we’ll send you a free organic shirt.

  • Heathview Food Growing

    Heathview is a Tenants Co-operative near Gospel Oak and Kentish Town City farm, NW London. We are keen to create a sustainable environment by composting, recycling and growing our own food on local land. Its fun and it keeps us busy.

  • is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to make London a greener and healthier place to live by providing information on green-living to Londoners.

  • Soas Good Food Society

    We are a group of students from the School of Oriental and African Studies who have got together to learn how to grow veg. We managed to get a plot in Kings Cross last year and have spent the year building raised beds and planting our first crops.

  • The Friends of Windmill Allotments

    SUPPORT Plot 21 project: to use one of the plots on a community basis for residents of a local care home, with children from local schools and adult volunteers befriending and acting as mentors to garden with the elderly and disabled.

  • Growing Redhill

    Based in Redhill, Surrey, this project aims to create a community vegetable and wildlife garden in Merstham. Participants will take home a share of the vegetables that they help to grow.

  • Aardvark Recycling

    A social enterprise delivering affordable fruit and veg in the Lambeth area. We support British farmers and local growing groups. We can also supply great quality compost made from food waste collected from city businesses and households

  • Energise Tooting

    Is an innovative programme to get local people engaged in saving energy, and water. It will identify barriers to change and support people in changing their behaviour.

  • Great North Woods Society

    This summer come and re-discover the Great North Woods – an ancient forest which used to stretch from Camberwell to Croydon and still exists in forgotten groves and wild woodlands. We meet in the woods for poetry, food and adventure.

  • Bee Mine

    We’re creating more homes for solitary bees around London. Think of it like internet dating for bees. We’ll be building homes, distributing them, monitoring their progress and hopefully creating a bit of buzz (sorry).

  • Carshalton Lavender

    Carshalton Lavender is the Observer Ethical Award-winning community group that maintains 3 acres of lavender on disused allotments in the London Borough of Sutton

  • WECAN!

    WECAN! stands for “Working for Environmental Community Action Now!” We aim to support and enable communities to take action to improve their environment.

  • Watford Community Garden

    A food growing enterprise with training in horticultural practice and theory and community volunteering, with qualified FE lecturers. Qualifications for 8 to 17 years . Just 15 mile from Central London and opposite Bushey train station all welcome.

  • Food Up Front

    Food Up Front is a food growing network in South West London, that encourages and supports people to grow food in whatever space they have available, especially un-used space like front gardens, balconies and window sills.

  • Eigg – Island Going Green

    The Isle of Eigg is situated on the West Coast of Scotland, 12 miles from Mallaig. The community form the Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust which successfully purchased the island on the 12th of June 1997. Our main aim this year is to reduce CO2 by 50%!

  • St Saviours Edible Garden

    St Saviour’s are holding sessions now on alternate Wednesdays from 10.30 am to tend the garden organically and using Permaculture methods. From 10.30am till 12pm, all abilities welcome, kids more than welcome if supervised No experience necessary… If raining please check if on See Facebook Page for updates 07766 Read more [...]

  • ASSA Climate Action Network

    The Albert Square and St Stephen’s Association (ASSA) Climate Action Network is rolling out an energy services model to the 300+ properties covered by our residents association to reduce their energy use and carbon footprint.

  • Transition Town Brixton Local Currency

    The Brixton Pound will be a currency used only in Brixton. Local currencies increase local foot traffic thereby strengthening the local economy and community. To get involved send an email with your name and post code to

  • One Planet Culture

    If you’re an armchair activist with a passion for the arts and media, One Planet Culture (OPC) is for you. From DIY film events to green reads and the latest news and reviews, we offer inspiration and information to help you help the planet.

  • Honor Oak Park Action Group

    Local resident’s group. Obejectives: bringing the community together via sustainable improvements, allotments, streetscape ie more trees, unclutter our streets, ‘shop local’, getting the shops we really want, farmers market, dog poo, fly tipping.

  • Peckham CRAG

    We're a small, inclusive group of people who live either in or not too far from Peckham, who keep track of their personal carbon budget with the intention to reduce our share of greenhouse gas emissions. We're part of a nationwide network of CRAGs.

  • Transition Westcombe

    Transition Towns are involving people from all walks of life, and where transition movements are taking off they are seeing previously unsuspected creativity and genuine enthusiasm unleashed. If you would like to get involved in setting up a Transition Westcombe (a name that can change if we decide on a Read more [...]

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