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  • Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park

    Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park is made up of four acres of freshwater habitat and is home to a fascinating array of wildlife. Since 2002 the Ecology Park has been open to the public and has rapidly become an established and bio-diverse urban wetland. The park is carefully managed by the Read more [...]

  • GROW!

    GROW! is a community project aiming to make gardening FUN & accessible to all!  With the help of GREGGs generous funding we have organised workshop sessions design for all the family to come along, have a potter and really get the dirt on GROWing simple fruits, veg, herbs and smiles!  Read more [...]

  • Going Native

    To rid the river Monnow of Invasive Non Native Species. Himalayan Balsam and American Mink cause major problems to our rivers and their inhabitants. The Monnow Rivers Association is working to eradicate Himalayan Balsam from the Monnow catchment and is close to achieving this. When complete we will be the Read more [...]

  • Rural Urban Synthesis Society

    The Rural Urban Synthesis Society (RUSS) is a volunteer-led Community Land Trust based in south London, founded in 2009 with the aim of creating sustainable neighbourhoods and genuinely affordable homes. We have a busy calendar of events led by our 500+ members and an ambitious development plan. Our mission is Read more [...]

  • YMCA LSW – Outdoor learning garden

    To create a children and families outdoor learning play garden. Using mostly recycled materials from pallets to cable reels and off cuts of artificial grass. Children and their families can let their imaginations go and really explore the different elements to this area; from mucking about in the mud kitchen Read more [...]

  • Outdoor Classroom Day Campaign

    Outdoor Classroom Day is a worldwide campaign to celebrate and inspire learning and play outside the classroom. Building on the success of the 2017 campaign when over 2 MILLION children got involved in thousands of schools in over 100 countries, our aim is to get as many children as possible playing Read more [...]

  • Forum for the Future

    An independent non-profit working globally with business, government and other organisations to solve complex sustainability challenges https://www.forumforthefuture.org/

  • Ecosia

    Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees with its ad revenue. Share Ecosia and show your friends how they can do good just by searching the web. https://www.ecosia.org/ We’ve planted more than 4 million trees around the world, most recently in Burkina Faso in Africa. We’ve also generated over Read more [...]

  • The Wellside

    The Wellside is a project which seeks to bring people together to love and serve their community here in Tottenham. Through youth activities, special events and partnership with other groups which share our values we are keen to build community, and to empower those who live, work and worship locally. Read more [...]

  • Make Jabujicaba the Movie

    Voices for Nature are story tellers for social justice and saving our planet. We base our work on a specially written eco-thriller set in Brazil’s rainforests. Brazil is bankrupt and the Amazon rainforest is up for auction…. We have entered Richard Branson’s #VOOM2016 competition with the pitch Make Jabujicaba The Movie.  Read more [...]

  • Green Entrepreneurs Southwark

    Registrations are now open for FREE Green Entrepreneur training in Southwark! Are you living in the London Borough of Southwark? We have the opportunity for you to develop your own social or waste enterprise that will make you money and benefit your local community. Building on our success in other Read more [...]

  • Sing For Your Supper

    Sing For Your Supper is a microfunding project inspired by the ‘Project Soup’ movement and run under the Cardiff Transition banner. We aim to help raise funds and distribute them to local community and sustainability groups, while highlighting food based issues, such as health, food security, and ethical, sustainable food Read more [...]

  • The Magic Mad Hat

    Magic Being able to be in the present moment while being playful & creative can feel magical Mad Embracing the fools inside of ourselves and feeling free to be just be yourself. Hat Different hat – different character; the joy of improvising & clowning allows us to play with many Read more [...]

  • Spiritual Ecology Youth Fellowship

    Spiritual Ecology Youth Fellowship Our new spiritual ecology programme starts in September 2016. We are seeking 10 exceptional and visionary young adults (between 20 and 32 years) – individuals with committed spiritual lives, who are passionate about the Earth, and have the potential to be catalysts for real change. Young Read more [...]

  • Transition Worthing Greenspaces

    Transition Town Worthing have been given the opportunity to create local food gardens in Worthing Town Centre and we are currently working on The Haven to create free fruit and veg for those who need it (like Incredible Edible) as well as enhancing this lovely spot in the park with Read more [...]

  • V.I.P ( Veg In the Park )

    A disused bowling green in Waterhead park,which has been transformed into a large community growing hub as part of the “Get Oldham Growing ” project. Veg in the park is run by local resident,  We are not a allotment and everything we grow we sell and all money goes back Read more [...]

  • Southampton Clothes Swaps

    Clothes swaps are free but donations are greatly appreciated. Clothes swaps and stuff swaps are a free and informal environment which saves clothes from landfill and presents an exciting alternative to spending your money on new things from expensive shops and potentially unethical production methods. How swaps work: 1. Dig Read more [...]

  • Middlesbrough Powerchair Football Club

    Middlesbrough Powerchair football Club enables people with physical disabilities from Middlesbrough and surrounding areas to have the opportunity to play football.  We run weekly grassroot sessions for beginners, an intermediate session as well as advanced sessions for the team who play in the national league. We have 32 players with Read more [...]

  • PIVOT Soup

    Microfunding community meal to raise funds for local projects. Up to 4 projects are presented. Donations from attendees get them some soup, salad, bread and a chance to vote on the projects. All the donations from the door entry go entirely to the winning project! 

  • Bowling Green Maintenance

    With purchase of a specialist lawn roller our club will be able to improve the quality of the playing surface of the green. The improvement to the surface will be seen immediately and the use of the roller will be required every year to maintain a smooth and even playing Read more [...]

  • The Trading Post

    “The Trading Post” is an awesome Community Building that is home to a number of different social action and community projects all run by volunteers from Coulby Newham Baptist Church and in partnership with the local community. Current we run the following projects weekly and we have plans to grow Read more [...]

  • Are We Ready?

    ‘Are We Ready?’ is a simple package of resources (available here) to support community groups to start conversations about how they can become a more resilient community that is able to respond creatively to the impacts of climate change and to reducing fossil fuel dependence. It consists of a short film, Read more [...]

  • Blaze

    Mobilising ages 7-11 in kind acts across Grangtown over the next six months, through large scale events through the week and on a weekend to make a difference in their community from an early age. These are some foundational steps in empowering future community leaders, part of our long term Read more [...]

  • Trinity Family Friendly Centre

    Our centre offers a range of activities for families living on the Whinney Banks estate in Middlesbrough. We are always listening to what the community need and at present we offer many projects from a school breakfast club, gand dancing groups, after school and holiday clubs. At least three times Read more [...]

  • Project Dirt Top Eventers

    This project page is dedicated to the Top Eventer award winners, our most active event creators on Project Dirt. Check out the latest Top Eventers award winners here. These awards are handed out every 6 months so if you want to be a Top Eventer, you can find out how you Read more [...]

  • Literalley Urban Regeneration

    LITTERALLEY is an exciting new urban regeneration project in the heart of East London. A partnership between Wayward landscape architects, The Whitechapel Gallery and Providence Row, together we will reimagine and transform the disused alley in to an enchanting public library with a long bookshelf of cast concrete books, seating Read more [...]

  • Project Dirt Top Bloggers

    This project page is dedicated to the Top Blogger award winners, our most popular and active bloggers on Project Dirt. Check out the latest Top Blogger award winners here. These awards are handed out every 6 months so if you want to be a Top Blogger, you can find out how Read more [...]

  • FareShare FoodCloud

    Hello fellow Dirt-ers! Here at FareShare we are launching a new project that has got us all really excited! The idea is to address food waste and hunger by connecting charities to their local Tesco store, which would offer them their unsold produce free of charge. This is all powered Read more [...]

  • Billinge & Orrell Transition Group

    Billinge and Orrell Transition Group is a group of volunteers providing a community response to the challenges of climate change. We are bringing together skills and creativity across Billinge and Orrell to develop a sustainable low energy future. As a community we are part of an international network of towns Read more [...]

  • Arsenal in the Community

    Arsenal Football Club was born out of community and has always understood the power it has to bring people together and reach individuals in a way that nobody else can. This idea of giving back continued right throughout the decades until Arsenal in the Community was formally established in the Read more [...]

  • Herne Hill Forum

    The herne Hill Forum is a local community group in London SE24. We are working on creating an economic and environmentally sustainable community in the area.  We have done extensive greening of the urban area, traffic calming, educational workshops, high street regeneration, events and created the successful Sunday market that Read more [...]

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