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  • Growing Relationships

    We run a social enterprise across two of our sites, working with children and young people aged 5-16. We garden (maintain and develop the grounds, plant and grow food), do craft/construction (making benches, bird boxes, bug hotels, mosaics) and marketing (branding, costing, market research)

  • Power Up North London

    Power Up North London is a joint project between Transition Dartmouth Park, Transition Tufnell Park and Transition Kentish Town. The Transition Towns movement in the UK aims to make communities stronger, greener and more self-reliant. Following in the steps of community groups in Brixton and Hackney, we formed in 2014 Read more [...]

  • Growing Communities Dageham Farm

    Dagenham Farm is part of Growing Communities, a community-led organisation based in Hackney, North London, which is providing a real alternative to the current damaging food system. Over the past 20 years, we have created two main community-led trading outlets – anorganic fruit and vegetable bag schemeand theGrowing Communities Farmers’ Read more [...]

  • Mid Sussex Wood Recycling Project

    Mid Sussex Wood Recycling is a Social Enterprise that recycles waste timber from industry. We have set up the Grow Project with Pericles which is an organisation supporting adults with learning difficulties. We are growing fruit and veg to teach the adults about the importance of fresh food. We have Read more [...]

  • WESC Horticultural area

    WESC Country Gardens The new WESC Country Gardens, social enterprise, horticultural project is already providing valuable opportunities and experiences for the students at WESC Foundation, thanks to an Environmental Grant from Greggs Foundation! The social enterprise department already has 5 shops and an online eBay store which are all creating Read more [...]

  • Houseboat Verda the houseboat art community

    VOLUNTEERS WANTED. Upskill, skill share, creatives, professionals, try hards and artists…You are most welcome to come join us on the Goodship Verda and friends as part of Adur Arts Collective… It appears like an apparition more at home in the backwaters of Kooksville, California…  A pebble’s throw from Brighton, yet you Read more [...]

  • The Urb Farm

    Growing People is a charity and horticultural social enterprise based on Wolverton’s Urb Farm where the small team of staff work with disengaged young people and volunteers to grow food for the local community. The 2.5 acres of land in the heart of residential Wolverton has been managed by the Read more [...]

  • Outdoor People

    Outdoor People is a not-for-profit social enterprise, dedicated to making the outdoors easy, especially for children and families. We are a great outdoors shop, we do research, we get involved in projects and campaigns and we work with others to get everyone, especially children, outdoors more! Why? Because we can’t Read more [...]

  • Forest of Hearts

    A new 5 acre forest garden where we will grow over 100 edible flowers, shrubs, herbs, trees, climbers and perennial vegetables. Our mission is “edible gardens for good” and we have the following aims: To grow a wide range of edible crops To support good causes To promote health and well being Read more [...]

  • Devonport SOUP

    Devonport SOUP returns for 2016 on Thursday 25th February for its second eagerly anticipated event for Plymouth, once again held at Devonport Guildhall. Join the community event from 7:30pm, as four individuals pitch to the audience with their own ideas on how to make a positive change in their community. Read more [...]

  • Coin Street Gorgeous Garden

    Meet local people, grow herbs, flowers and vegetables. Enjoy more time outside and help bring your community garden to life. No previous experience needed. Just turn up! For more information contact Natalie on 020 7021 1600 or

  • Greenslate Community Farm

    A community run 30acre working farm. We grow fruit and vegetables, raise livestock, run a care farm, hold workshops have a working woodland and sell produce direct to the community. We offer the opportunity for volunteers to get involved with day-to-day running of the farm.

  • Audacious Veg

    Audacious Veg is a bold new social enterprise creating training & employment opportunities for local young adults through urban agriculture. Our socially responsible business model addresses the need for skills and employment in northeast London, while meeting a growing demand for local food. Young adult trainees at Audacious Veg will Read more [...]

  • Mill Lane Gardening Project

    Tucked away behind West Hampstead’s high street, Mill Lane Garden Centre is a social enterprise offering training and job opportunities for local people with disabilities. During the week, the project is used by adults with learning disabilities who attend to relax and learn in a natural and secure environment, improve Read more [...]

  • Olio the food sharing revolution

    OLIO is a free app which easily connects neighbours with each other and with businesses to exchange their edible surplus food. Our mission is to unlock the value of food that’s wasted in the home and local community. If you love food, hate waste, want a bargain, care about the environment Read more [...]

  • Pritchard + Ure

    Camden Garden Centre has been a proud fixture of the local Camden community for over 30 years. Recently we added an excellent cafe to our business called Pritchard &Ure. Named after 2 members of our charity’s board it is located on the gallery level ofour historic Victorian building. The space is Read more [...]

  • Gorgeous Gardens

    Gorgeous gardens is a community gardening project in Bernie Spain Gardens. Come and join our open garden sessions every Tuesday evening from 5.30 – 6.30. We are growing herbs, vegetables and flowers.  These are free and open to everyone. You don’t need any previous experience. For more information, contact Natalie,

  • Cultivate London Traineeship

    Cultivate London are now recruiting for our May 2015 Landscape Gardening and Horticulture Traineeship (19th May – 7th August 2015). The Traineeship is delivered in partnership with our training partners Redwood Skills and Green Corridor. Three months long, it comprises a 2.5 month work placement with Cultivate London and a 2-week Read more [...]

  • Old Street Food Assembly

    Yes to Local! The Old Street Food Assembly will open on June 23rd at St Luke’s Community Centre on Tuesday evenings…join us to buy the best fresh food directly from local producers and food makers! Contact: Twitter: @OldStreetFA Sign up here Launched in September 2011, The Food Assembly Read more [...]

  • Mindfulness Classes

    Fresh Perception brings innovation and insight to well-being in London. Using an evidence-based approach, we transform your lifestyle both in your workplace and in your personal life so that you can lead a rich and happy life. We creatively draw the best from Mindfulness, the art of creative awareness and Read more [...]

  • Tuppenny Barn Education

    Tuppenny Barn Education Centre is set on an organic smallholding where we grow vegetables and fruit for sale to the local community. The Centre is the hub for community events and courses and in particular for schools as we offer a ‘fork to fork’ experience so students can pick crops from Read more [...]

  • Pod

    Our mobile potting shed that enables us to go out and about at events, in communities and to people who can benefit from our activities.  This can be for community events, on housing estates or on company premises.  We cook, grow and craft to help people’s mental and physical health, and Read more [...]

  • Streatham Common Co-operative

    Streatham Common and the Rookery are some of Streatham’s best-loved landmarks. SCCoop will run services on the common for Lambeth Council, as a not-for-profit business accountable to local people who will own SCCoop by buying shares for £1. By removing the layers of management with multinational contractors and by being Read more [...]

  • The November Project

    The November Project will bring tidal power to the very heart of London.  a new low carbon living demonstration hub and research and development centre for accessible, sustainable energy solutions.  The November Project works towards eradicating damaging fossil fuels from The Thames, improving its economy and ecology. As well as Read more [...]

  • Edible Films

    If you love food including eating, cooking and growing it,  you can enter the Edible Films competition. All you have to do is make a very short foodie film (under 50 seconds long).  The prizes are fab and you could find yourself attending the glamorous celebration screening at a prestigious central London cinema Read more [...]

  • eco action playgrounds

    We host pop-up eco action playgorunds in all sorts of locations and spaces – basically whereever people will have us! We have run playgrounds at the Science Museum, Natural History Museum, WI meetings, primary schools, universities, Age UK residential homes, London Fire Brigade, festivals and in corporate offices. and we Read more [...]

  • UK Community Energy Awards 2014

    The Community Energy Awards 2014 are now taking applications! The awards are the first of their kind and focus on community energy organisations across the UK. The award celebrates the exceptional achievements made by these organisations, their staff and their volunteers. These awards provide a chance for the organisations and Read more [...]

  • The Food Assembly

    The Food Assembly is a network of online communities enabling everyone to access the best food directly from local farmers and foodmakers. Each Assembly is started by an Assembly Leader who manages an online food marketplace for his local community. While buying takes place online, collecting happens once a week Read more [...]

  • Ability Grows

    ABILITY GROWS…at Caravanserai The Ability Grows project aims to offer an environment where inclusive activity can take place.  We are specifically targeting disabled people with the view to encourage inclusive projects in Newham that allows both disabled and able bodied people to work together This project aims to meet its Read more [...]

  • Keats Community Organics

    Keats Community Organics is an Organically Certified urban farm in South London, offering the local community easy access to ultra local organic vegetables and space to grow their own, as well as workshops, courses, apprenticeships and horticultural therapy.  At Keats Community Organics our mission is to create a more resilient Read more [...]

  • Squared Root

    Squared Root works closely with communities to develop bespoke solutions, depending on their needs and aspirations. Sustainable communities are those that meet the diverse needs of existing and future residents, their children and other users, contribute to a high quality of life and provide opportunity and choice. They can achieve Read more [...]

  • Lambeth Goodgym

    Lambeth Goodgym are a group of volunteers who like to get fit by doing tasks that are physical and useful to the community. We meet every Tuesday at 6.45pm and run to projects in Lambeth that could benefit from some manual labour. Check out what we get up to here:  Read more [...]

  • Ecojam London

    Ecojam is a jamboree of all things green and ethical in your local area. You can tune into local news and events, discover local green businesses and initiatives, search for ethical jobs and volunteer opportunities, and find or donate free, unwanted household items. Ecojam began in Bristol in 2009, but Read more [...]

  • Forest Recycling Project

    FRP is a social enterprise and charity with environmental and social aims. We engage with organisations and communities in London through a range of practical initiatives to reduce, re-use and recycle waste. Based in Walthamstow in East London, we have been in operation since 1989. All our work and activities Read more [...]

  • Paint 4 Hackney

    Forest Recycling Project (FRP) The Paint Place is giving away for free 10,000 litres of reclaimed paint to organisations and community groups in Hackney to help improve community spaces, or to pass on to local people to improve their homes. The ‘Free Paint 4 Hackney’ project is supported by Comic Relief Read more [...]

  • Incredible Edible Bristol

    Incredible Edible Bristol will empower everyone within Bristol to grow food for themselves, their neighbours and families, be it in their own gardens, on allotments, in community groups or in radical ways by using public space that is not used, to grow food for the community. We also aim to Read more [...]

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