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  • Gym & JumpStarz

    We are a gymnastics and trampolining club within Warrington that have been established for over 20 years. We have recently been shortlisted for the Skipton Grassroots Giving 2014 grant of £500. We are hoping, if chosen to receive the grant, to put the funds towards purchasing an inflatable airtrack for Read more [...]

  • Grow, Hackney

    Grow, Hackney is a new independent bar, restaurant & creative space which opens for special events. Celebrating music, art, culture and permaculture, it is also an experiment in ethical, sustainable business and self-sufficient communities and looks to work with as many local suppliers and partners as possible.

  • Old Silhillians Hockey Club

    Sports Club providing hockey to the local, and wider, community. The club looks to run Satellite Clubs, Flyerz Inclusive/Disability Hockey, coaching in schools and provide funding for kit for schools in under-privileged areas as well as providing more “usual” forms of hockey to all players aged 5 – 75!

  • Leeds Academy of American Football

    Leeds Academy of American Football is an organisation that works with children aged 4-18 in curriculum time, after school clubs and a Saturday club.  We teach them American Football both contact and non contact and aim to help improve their lives using the power of sport. We help them improve Read more [...]

  • A Greener Place

    Hazlehurst Studios wants to be a MUCH greener space. Artistic Studios that want to recycle, compost and collect water, to then be used in community garden projects and generally make the world a little bit nicer. 

  • Lewisham Green Party

    We’re dedicated to creating social change and defending our environmental locally, nationally and globally. We’ve been instrumental in gaining the London Living Wage for council workers, are campaigning around air traffic noise, housing, cycling, road safety and many other issues which are important to Lewisham residents. We’re proud to be Read more [...]

  • Nut Project

    Summary in a Nutshell To explore the use and value of the Nut trees with a view that these  trees could be of huge future significance for our temperate climate with a focus on community application and education. Ancient Needs- Future Needs- The Nut project specifically addresses the peoplecare of food security Read more [...]

  • Belhaven NHS Community Garden

    Belhaven Community Garden (BCG) is a Sustaining Dunbar project to transform an area of land adjacent to Belhaven Hospital, Dunbar, into gardens where local residents, community groups, staff and patients can grow together. All areas are currently common areas and there is a real sense of community and a shared Read more [...]

  • Sprout

    A gardening club with a difference! Outdoor activities on Saturdays for families with children and young people with additional needs based at two sites in Kirklees.  Siblings very welcome, and children and young people of all ages, no diagnosis is needed.  We dig, cook, grow, craft, build dens and campfires, and Read more [...]

  • Bud

    Everything we do is outdoors, supporting people of all ages with mental or physical health difficulties through growing, crafting, cooking and the environment.

  • Carbon Conversations

    Carbon Conversations Groups offer a supportive group experience that helps people halve their personal carbon footprint. They deal with the difficulties of change by connecting to values, emotions and identity. The groups are based on a psychological understanding of how people change. Groups of 6-8 members meet with trained facilitators Read more [...]

  • Volunteer opportunities at the NHM Wildlife Garden

    We are currently recruiting for volunteers to help out with the daily tasks of caring for the Wildlife Garden. This will include composting, habitat management (including coppicing), fence making, weeding, leaf raking and species recording. Please see the website for application form. 

  • Biodynamic Land Trust

    A charitable community benefit society, established to secure land into trust for healthy and sustainable farming and gardening for a living and working countryside.

  • Save the bees!

    Save the Bees is an environmental campaign founded by beekeepers Barnes & Webb to protect the honey bee and other endangered pollinators. The official launch event for the Save the Bees campaign will be on Thursday 18th September 7-11pm, coinciding with the end of the beekeeping season and London honey Read more [...]

  • Just Act

    Just Act is a website providing practical advice for anyone wanting to make a difference and improve their community.  The site points visitors to advice and resources sourced from a variety of organisations and people who are involved in a community project. It also contains a forum where we host monthly live discussions, Read more [...]

  • Save Our Magnificent Meadows

    Save Our Magnificent Meadows is a partnership project led by Plantlife, which comprises 11 organisations including the Cotswolds Conservation Board (CCB) and is primarily funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project is working with communities to protect, conserve and restore their local meadows. The Cotswolds element of Save Our Read more [...]

  • Friends of Mitcham Common Clean-up

    The Friends of Mitcham Common group aims to widen the public interest and understanding of the Common and is open to anybody who shares our love of the common.The Friends:Foster and develop interest and understanding of the wildlife and it’s habitat on Mitcham CommonTo aim to work in partnership with Read more [...]

  • Thrive Old English Garden

    Gardeners work in the Old English Garden and have been working to a new planting design created by Sarah Price. Work to regenerate this garden and fund our gardeners on the Working it Out programme over the next two years has been met by Jo Malone Limited, the internationally renowned Read more [...]

  • Thrive Battersea Main Garden

    Thrive’s horticultural therapists offer gardening programmes for Londoners living with disabilities as well as physical and mental ill health. We maintain four gardens in Battersea Park where we run our projects along with community based outreach projects.

  • South Brent Wood Fair

    Craftspeople, basketmakers, charcoal makers, hedgelayers, green wood working, forest schools, wild food, earth walks, performances, woodland ecology Saturday 13th September 2014 10am-11pm Stalls, demonstrations, activities, walks, talks Music, Dancing and Ale!

  • Loughborough Farm

    The Loughborough Farm is a community food growing project in Loughborough Junction. The Loughborough Farm aims to build up a network of growing spaces around Loughborough Junction on pieces of land that are currently derelict or underused. We produce food for local consumption and sale throughout the year. Our volunteers all Read more [...]

  • Wildlife Trackers

    Wildlife Trackers a fantastic new game that supports kids in learning about their local wildlife and to also enable them to share what they discover with other children around the country. The game has three main aims: 1) We believe that children have to a large extent lost the connect Read more [...]

  • Swanside community Garden

    We want to turn an unused plot of land which is overgrown and been used for fly tipping into a community garden for our community to use….It will have something for everyone…it will be educational, eco friendly, fun, healthy and free…we would like raised beds for our children to plant Read more [...]

  • Newlon Fusion Capital Clean-up

    Join Newlon Fusions Barnsbury Community Centre Capital Clean-up project. With your helping hands we can clean-up Samford House Allotment and bring joy to the neigbourhood. The aim is to convert the space into thriving community allotments where residents grow produce they really want. This event is part of Capital Clean-up, a Read more [...]

  • Percy Road Parks Project

    We have won funding from Pocket Parks and Barnet Borough Council to transform a run down children’s playground in to a new space for all the community. We still want to retain the playground but create a green space that all members of the community can use.

  • Meanwhile 2

    We had a bit of land that used to have 100 homes scraping the sky. That’s gone. It will be new homes eventually but in the meanwhile we are using it to grow, educate and flourish. Who knows it might even be a centre of urban grow. 

  • Camden Nature Watch

    Camden Nature Watch is an opportunity to get involved in recording wildlife across Camden. We need records of what species can be found in the borough in order to protect biodiversity in Camden. The aim of this project is to provide volunteering opportunities for those interested in wildlife and encourage Read more [...]

  • BBC2’s Designs on Chelsea

    The BBC along side the RHS are looking for keen amateur gardeners to compete for the chance to go to next year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and design a show garden feature on the Main Avenue stand.  We’re looking for amateur garden designers, design students / graduates to take part Read more [...]

  • Baynes Street Canalside Garden

    London Wildlife Trust and London Borough of Camden are working to open Baynes Street Canalside Garden to the public from early 2015 onward with the support of The Mayor’s Pocket Parks scheme.  The garden is a haven for nature and a great place to enjoy the wildlife of the Regent’s Read more [...]

  • National Insect Week 2014

    Get ready to celebrate The Little Things That Run the World during National Insect Week 2014, from Monday 23 June – Sunday 29 June. Now in its sixth year and organised by the Royal Entomological Society, the week will see scores of events held across the UK, from bug hunts Read more [...]

  • Slow Food Liverpool

    Slow Food Liverpool is part of the Slow Food Movement, promoting good, clean, fair food for all. Run by volunteers, we organise events and activities for everyone to attend, slow food member or not! We also support food campaigns such as Love Food Hate Waste. Follow us on twitter, or Read more [...]

  • L8 Living Sustainably

    L8 Living Sustainably is an initiative in Toxteth, Liverpool to promote local food growing, energy generation and to educate people on the impact of climate change and the measures they can take to improve their lives. The five year project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s ‘Communities Living Sustainably’ Read more [...]

  • Sharpham Outdoors

    Sharpham Outdoors Project is a joint Sharpham Trust, Ambios Ltd and Robert Owen Communities initiative that strives to build closer links between the human and natural world. It provides opportunities for reconnecting people with themselves, each other, and to the land The Sharpham Outdoors Project offers innovative, creative and practical programmes for Read more [...]

  • Walnut Farm

    Walnut Farm is an organic farm and Permaculture Land Centre Learner, on the road to becoming a full Land Centre which aims to be an excellent public demonstration of permaculture design in practice.http://www.permaculture.org.<wbr>uk/people-projects-places/<wbr>project/walnut-farm

  • Tramway Avenue Pocket Park

    The project, jointly funded by Stratford’s Renaissance Partnership and the Mayor of London forms part of the Mayor of London’s Pocket Park programme announced in November 2013. The vision for the Pocket Park is to create a well-managed green oasis at the heart of Stratford town centre which will help Read more [...]

  • Birmingham Unsigned Youth

    Myself and and 4 other members of our the local community have set up a youth focused Voluntary Community Organisation. We are trying to facilitate access to musical equipment and information about careers and opportunities within the creative industries. We are working with 11-25 year olds from the local area. Read more [...]

  • Russell’s Footpath Project

    The Russell’s Footpath Project is a long term project which aims to deal with littering, anti-social use of the space and to activate the footpath through community involvement. The RFPO is a group of keen and willing local residents who hope to enhance and maintain the space over a longterm Read more [...]

  • Community TV Garden Project

    DO YOU LIVE IN A NEIGHBOURHOOD THAT EMBRACES COMMUNITY SPIRIT? Do you want a bigger back garden? Do you want to create the outside space of your dreams? We are looking to make the ultimate back garden for a group of neighbours who would be willing to transform their own Read more [...]

  • Skip Garden

    Organic growing in hard places Global Generation’s home base, is the Kings Cross Skip Garden, an organic vegetable garden with a twist – it’s moveable. What was an old bus car park; is now an urban oasis the middle of one of the biggest development sites in Europe. As different Read more [...]

  • Bronze Age BioBlitz

    This event will be held at Flag Fen on August 2nd. I am looking for volunteers to help engage with the public about wildlife conservation – more information coming soon!

  • Global Generation

    We are dedicated to giving young people opportunities to play a part in creating a sustainable future. Global Generation supports young people to generate change. We focus our projects on the three interdependent themes of ‘I, We and The Planet’. This approach increases awareness of self, community and the natural Read more [...]

  • Cheshire Furniture Reuse Forum

    Cheshire Furniture Reuse Forum (CFRF) is made up of local not-for-profit projects that collect quality reusable furniture and household appliances throughout Cheshire and donate or sell it at low cost to people in need. The projects employ staff, create work placements and train volunteers. The Forum is supported by Cheshire Read more [...]

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