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  • Holland Park Ecology Centre

    The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Holland Park Ecology Centre runs a programme of ecology events for adults throughout the year. We also run a range of activities for children during half-terms and the summer holidays. During term-time we’re busy running pond dipping, minibeast hunts, nature exploration and forest school sessions for Read more [...]

  • London Tree Week (11-18 May)

    The capital is holding the first ever ‘London Tree Week’. Created by the Mayor’s RE:LEAF partnership, the week of events has been designed to get more Londoners involved in caring for their local trees and woodlands. Events include free tree health demonstrations in Hyde Park, training sessions on orchard planting, Read more [...]

  • Virginia Gardens Pocket Park

    As you enter Virginia Gardens from the High Street you see a 2.4 metre high wall made of engineering brick. This runs at the back of the pavement for about 50 metres. What magical land lies behind the wall? Can you hear bird song and the faint swish as palm fronds Read more [...]

  • RHS Edible Britain

    In 2013, RHS Britain in Bloom is urging community groups to grow edibles in public spaces so more people can enjoy access to freshly grown herbs, fruit and vegetables. Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc is supporting the ‘Edible Britain’ campaign, urging people to reconnect with their food by growing their own Read more [...]

  • Saint John’s Memorial Gardens

    SAINT JOHN’S MEMORIAL GARDENS are the only green open area in Croydon Old Town, sitting between residential areas and the more commercial part of town. It is rich in history and therefore has the potential to act as a focal point for this community. SAINT JOHN’S MEMORIAL GARDENS Pocket Park project will be Read more [...]

  • Pier Road Pocket Park

    The project will turn the park into an inviting public space for people of all generations to enjoy. It will include a toddler play area, an active play area, an outdoor gym, an open lawn for informal activity and a pavilion to provide an area for community activities.

  • Union Square Improvement Project

    The Union Square improvement project will raise horticultural interest, increase security, improve accessibility and provide opportunities for community involvement. The improvements were planned in consultation with local stakeholders including residents, park users and community gardeners. Phase 1 of the project has now reached practical completion:  removal of redundant facilities  new Read more [...]

  • Nunhead Green

    A project to improve Nunhead Green, which has not had any significant investment in over 10 years. Funding for this project currently comes from City Hall as part of the Mayor of London Boris Johnson’s Pocket Parks initiative, from the Greater London Authority through the Outer London Fund, and from Read more [...]

  • Waltham Forest Community Clean-up Weekends

    <P>Over the course of two back-to-back weekends – 15 to 17 and 22 to 24 March – Waltham Forest Council is looking for any local residents who can spare the time to make their neighbourhood cleaner and tidier.</P> <P> </P> <P>Please email <A href=”mailto:Environmental.Services@walthamforest.gov.uk”>Environmental.Services@walthamforest.gov.uk</A></P> <P>for more deatils and exact meeting location. Read more [...]

  • Common Knowledge

    Common Knowledge is a Secret Garden Project, commissioned by UP Projects in partnership with Wandsworth Arts Team, which explores Tooting Bec Common. “Guardians of Common Knowledge”, a group of local young people working with artist Jacques Nimki have been recording the stories and experiences of visitors to the Common, as well as unearthing Read more [...]

  • Avery Hill Community Garden

    Avery Hill Community Garden A space for staff, students and locals to grow their own fruit, vegetables and herbs and become invoved with a vibrant volunteer group learning about organic gardening, permaculture and forest gardening. There is a volunteer workshop open to EVERYONE every Wednesday from 12noon – 2pm. Come Read more [...]

  • Tree Planting

    On Saturday 19th and tuesday 22nd January 2013 we will be holding tree planting events. We will meet at Castle Semple Visitor Centre at 12.30pm on both days and the session will finish at 3.30pm. No experience is required as a ranger will be on hand to show you tree Read more [...]

  • Capital Clean-up

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  • Free Bike Package

    To help people who've been offered employment but cannot travel to it easily. This package includes a bike and equipment, introductory 'get to know your bike' session and lots of advice and support like training and bike maintenance skills Open to over 16s who've had a recent job offer, to Read more [...]

  • Free Adult Cycle Skills and Training

    Learn to ride a bike or polish up on-road skills and get help planning bicycle journeys, this free TravelWise offer is for all adults (over 16) in Merseyside. Delivered on our behalf by BikeRight, at their base on Boundary Street, Liverpool and other locations, you will be given a warm Read more [...]

  • Greenock Cut Centre Volunteers

    Our Greenock based centre undertakes practical conservation work once weekly, and BTO Wetland Bird Surveys once monthly. Tasks run every Saturday from 10.30 – 2pm. For more information phone the Green cut Centre Rangers on 01475 521458, or visit the website: http://www.clydemuirshiel.co.uk/volunteering/volunteer-opportunities/practical-conservation-group/greenock-cut-volunteer-programme/ for a task programme

  • Community Freshview

    Community Freshview aims to bring communities in Lambeth together by enabling them to make their own improvements to their local environment. The council provides tools, equipment and expertise, and enthusiastic community members gather volunteers and do the work, with help from council officers. We will consider any project, such as Read more [...]

  • Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA)

    Join a network of hundreds of Camden businesses to access resources, tools and the know-how to help your organisation reduce its environmental impact and costs. The Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) is a trusted not-for-profit membership network founded by the London Borough of Camden in 2008. We bring together businesses, Read more [...]

  • Wandsworth Eco Fund

    Wandsworth Council has £5,000 to share out among individuals and groups with green projects needing support. In the past we’ve given between £100 and £2,500 to individual projects such as school composting schemes, a carbon awareness course and a food festival, not to mention awarding funds to the Wandsworth Environment Forum to get the Wandsworth cluster Read more [...]

  • Wandsworth Green Pledgers

    Network with like-minded Green Pledgers, and post your experiences and tips to inspire others. Our Green Blog: Keep up with environmental news from the council at www.wandsworth.gov.uk/blog/ourgreenblog For all local news follow www.twitter.com/wandbc. 

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