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  • BackyardBio Global Nature Campaign

    The BackyardBio global nature campaign is meant to encourage the public, and especially kids to get out in nature exploring – observing, documenting and sharing images of all their local biodiversity! There are three ways people can take part: Sharing images on any social media platform with #backyardbio Registering on Read more [...]

  • Woodhouse District Community Garden

    A community growing space at Victoria allotment site in Woodhouse (Sheffield, S13). Established over 7 years ago, and now a thriving and active growing space. Join us this year as we create many projects using the site to think about health, community, food and recovery. We want to use the Read more [...]

  • BigBarn CIC

    The UK’s leading local food website. BigBarn provides fresh seasonal food from local producers. Get fresh locally produced food and drink from your immediate area at the click of your mouse. Browse to find over 8,800 local food artisans listed directly on our constantly updating and shared map.

  • Creative Change Makers 2020

    ‘Creative Change Makers 2020’ conference, held in London on 5-8th Feb 2020.Built to fund raise, inspire behaviour change, to enrol creative industries as well as leading educators – focused purely on embedding social and environmental impact into society, education, the world. The conference is the first of its kind to connect the Read more [...]

  • @ the grange Blackpool

    The Grange Park estate in Blackpool is one of the largest and most deprived social housing estates in the country where statistics for poor health, low attainment, isolation, crime, unemployment, self harm etc are some of the highest in the country. The estate was built in 1948 and used to Read more [...]

  • Merseyside BioBank

    We are a Local Environmental Records Centre founded as a Heritage Lottery and European Development Fund Project in 2007. We continue through the support of the Merseyside Environmental Advisory Service and Sefton Council offering environmental data services to facilitate evidence based conservation, management, strategy and development. With only a single Read more [...]

  • Sutton Ecology Centre

    Sutton Ecology Centre is part of the London Borough of Sutton’s Biodiversity Team and is the main resource for environmental education in the borough. The Centre runs educational visits for schools and community groups, as well as events for adults and children, volunteer days and much more. The grounds are Read more [...]

  • Wildflower Garden

    We have transformed an unloved and little used area in the nursery garden to a learning space that invites wildlife and next spring bugs and beasties with the planting of a wildflower patch.

  • Sustainable Learning

    Created by and for teachers, Sustainable Learning was inspired by Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015. Funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change has allowed us to continue the legacy of that very special year, when we engaged 30m000 local schoolchildren – but the work didn’t Read more [...]

  • Westminster Recycling Champions

    Westminster is recycling less that 20% of its waste. We’re looking for volunteer Recycling Champions who will help others in their community to waste less and recycle more. You don’t need any experience to become a Recycling Champion. You just need to live in Westminster, be over 18 and willing to Read more [...]

  • Free schools waste education programme

    Western Riverside Waste Authority provides a free waste education programme for schools in Wandsworth, Lambeth, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea. Classes can visit a working recycling centre and transfer station, and see what happens to the 1300 tonnes of waste and recycling collected each day in our part Read more [...]

  • Holland Park Conservation Volunteers

    Conservation Volunteering The Ecology Service offers the opportunity to help us carry out practical conservation work in Holland Park through conservation workdays every third Saturday of the month. Hundreds of hours of volunteer work have been given to improve our wildlife areas. Tasks range from meadow cutting, building dead-hedges, pond Read more [...]

  • Woodland trail

    Creation of  woodland trail with the help of our local Beaver Scout group who volunteer in the park.  They are busy creating a trail and the grant we have been lucky enough to get from the Greggs Foundation will help us plant native species of plants and flowers and create Read more [...]

  • Earthworm Watch

    Earthworm Watch aims to improve knowledge of how humans affect earthworms and how this influences soil health. Data collection for the project has now finished but you can visit our website for results and survey materials are still available for use. The survey should take under an hour and involves Read more [...]

  • Islington Ecology Centre

    Islington Ecology Centre, set in the beautiful surroundings of Gillespie Park Local Nature Reserve, is a visitor and education centre. The Centre is managed by Islington Council Greenspace staff and is used for a wide variety of educational and community functions. these range from school visits to meetings, events, a seasonal Sunday Read more [...]

  • Bikeminded Film Club

    The Bikeminded Film Club is back for a third year! It will be held in the unique art-decó lecture theatre at the Kensington Central Library, a cosy venue to watch cycling-themed films during the autumn and winter.There will be a screening the last Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm from Read more [...]

  • Gunnersbury Park

    Gunnersbury Park is a beautiful 186 acre Grade 2* registered landscape of exceptional mature trees, open grass spaces and historic buildings including an Orangery, ‘Princess Amelia’s’ Bath house, Gothic Ruins and the Stables. Gunnersbury Park House (the Large Mansion) is the home of the local history museum for the boroughs of Read more [...]

  • Camden Waste Challenge

    We want your ideas and comments at on the design of our new waste, recycling and street cleaning contract.  The contract starts in April 2017 and we want to involve Camden Residents so that together we identify the challenges, opportunities and solutions to managing our waste in the future.  Read more [...]

  • Make & Take Nest Box Workshop

    To celebrate National Nest Box week. Tower Hamlets Clean & Green have teamed up with Veolia to host free workshops to make a nest box for our feathered friends. Our Biodiversity officer will be on hand to give a short talk about nesting birds and where the boxes should be Read more [...]

  • Get Oldham Growing

    Get Oldham Growing works with people to improve their health, skills and environment through local food. It recognises the impact of growing and eating local food on the health and wellbeing of communities. In partnership with individual residents, community groups and local organisations we aim to encourage and facilitate food Read more [...]

  • Tooting Common Heritage Project

    We’re a HLF funded project run by Wandsworth Borough Council and we’re working to explore the natural and cultural heritage of Tooting Common. We are working with Groundwork, the South London Swimming Club and the Woodfield Project. We’re looking for people who are passionate about the Common and would like Read more [...]

  • Recycling Champions – Westminster

    Westminster Recycling Champions help others to waste less and recycle more. Champions get involved in a wide range of activities, for example holding recycling roadshows, running Give and Takes, having stalls at local events, writing articles in local newsletter and chatting to friends and neighbours about recycling.  You don’t need Read more [...]

  • Bowring Park ‘Restoration Project’

    Historic Bowring Park is Knowsley’s oldest municipal park, established when the Georgian Roby Hall estate was gifted in 1906 by Alderman WB Bowring to the people of Liverpool after the adoption of the Open Spaces Act 1906. Knowsley Council, working with our partners, has successfully passed Stage 1 of a Read more [...]

  • Trelawney Pocket Park

    The Trelawney Pocket Park will greatly improve the current green space on the Trelawney estate. Benefits will include: Improved outdoor facilities for residents which will include seating, social space and gardening opportunities Improved visual amenity for residents, the wider community and visitors alike Celebration of site heritage – the Trelawney Read more [...]

  • Wantz Stream Waterway Clean Up

    We will undertake a litter pick of the stream and the surrounding banks and walkways. Rubbish will be raked from the top layer of silt and volunteers will wade into the middle of the river to remove deposited rubbish. We will aim to remove any problem branches and dead wood Read more [...]

  • Living Wandle Landscape Partnership

    The Living Wandle Landscape Partnership Scheme is a Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) Project, which aims to deliver a series of improvement projects along the whole length of the River Wandle. The over-arching aim of this scheme is to re-vitalise the Wandle as an identifiable, high quality asset to the communities Read more [...]

  • Comber Grove Pocket Park

    This project will provide a Pocket Park to Redcar Street in West Camberwell between Wyndham Road and Comber Grove. The area is a mixture of hardstandings and low amenity green space and are overlooked by residential blocks. The key design features of the scheme are: To remove the block mounds Read more [...]

  • Southampton Way Pocket Park

    This Project will create a Pocket Park along both sides of Southampton Way in Central Camberwell between junctions with Sedgemoor Place and Diamond Street. This stretch of road is currently a wide pavement which is covered in impermeable surfaces The project will provide placemaking and urban greening around a local landmark: a restored Read more [...]

  • Albany Pocket Park

    To make the space around the existing Albany Park Leisure Centre inviting, fun and attractive by creating activities and social spaces and sensory planting. To help green up the Hertford Road.

  • Angel Community Garden

    Angel Community Garden forms part of Angel Gardens – a new 1.5 hectare public park located to the east of Rays Road, Edmonton. Angel Gardens is a former railway/industrial site that has been derelict for many years, and an extensive operation to remediate the site was completed by Enfield Council Read more [...]

  • Green Lanes – Green Loop

    East architects have been appointed by London Borough of Haringey to design a comprehensive public realm OLF scheme along the length of Green Lanes. East is supported by a design team which includes Studio Dekka (Lighting specialists) Jonathan Cook Landscape Architects, engineers HRW, Shape Access Art, Infrastruct CS (Drainage engineers) and Read more [...]

  • Green Camden Zones

    Do you have a great idea about how to make Camden greener? The Green Camden zones programme is here to help you take action in your community. We can show you how to get the support, resources and materials you need to green your local area.  However small, unusual or Read more [...]

  • Leake Street Pocket Park

    Derelict, dumping ground, drug use and devoid are the 4 ‘D’s of the Leake Street Entranceway off Lower Marsh.  Our vision is to transform this space from local cesspit into a community space that local people and visitors can enjoy.  We want to significantly soften the landscape through the use Read more [...]

  • Derbyshire Street Pocket Park

    The vision for the pocket park is turn a dead end section of highway prone to fly tipping and anti-social behaviour into a sustainable, connected and usable space. The project is formed of a partnership between Tower Hamlets Council, Oxford House and Greysmith Associates. The project will create a new east/west Read more [...]

  • St Giles-in-the-Fields Churchyard

    The project aims to enhance St Giles churchyard to offer a high quality green space in a heavily built-up area, offering enjoyment and relaxation to the local community and passing visitors, while also improving the setting of the listed church building.

  • Improving Graham Street Park

    The project will transform Graham Street Park by creating an inviting and well-designed green space that provides relief from the busy streets nearby, maximises its canal-side location, provides an exciting place to play, enlivens the local neighbourhood, helps people understand the history of the park and provides space for community events.

  • Richmond Community Links

    Community Links help promote community involvement by keeping local communities informed about what the Council is doing, by building a better understanding of what community activity is already happening, helping identify and promote opportunities for local people to get involved and helping local people and groups find the support they Read more [...]

  • Linwood Centre Clear Up

    CATCH 22  Community Action against Crime work with the Youth offending Service and the Reparation Team. We Worked with 10 young people who were completing their reparation community hours during the Summer 2013. They managed to cut back and clear up the overgrown brambles surrounding a local neighbourhood centres in Read more [...]

  • Redbridge Youth Council

    Redbridge Youth Council is a group of young people aged 13-19 who meet to discuss local and national issues that affect young people in Redbridge. The group sets the agenda and they have campaigns on youth related issues and run events to encourage young people to get involved.  This is a chance to Read more [...]

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