Showing Social Enterprise 101-150 of 151
  • indigo Brave Land

    We are a 30 acre off grid small holding and education centre.  We have recently become a Land Learner site with the Permaculture Association.  We offer courses for all in sustainable lives – how to be sustainable on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels.  We are a social enterprise and Read more [...]

  • Scene Connect

    The most comprehensive database of community-owned energy projects in the UK, Scene Connect contains the details of over 650 community energy projects, owned by over 400 community organisations. Scene Connect exists for the benefit of the community. The database was assembled initially through direct survey of and contact with community groups. Read more [...]

  • Pop-Up-Coffee

    Our goal is to help YOU raise funds for your projects, whilst directly supporting coffee growers in Uganda.  The Ugandan farmers are really excited that they are helping people in the UK achieve their goals.  We sell our ethically sourced, organic and hand roasted coffee to schools, charities and community Read more [...]

  • Wheely Tots

    Wheely Tots is a registered children’s charity that believes all children and families should be healthy, confident and resilient. We facilitate community development through inclusive and friendly cycling events and sessions. We support participants, volunteers and freelance session leaders to learn and grow, embedding skills and knowledge within communities. Our Read more [...]

  • Pigpen Radio

    Pigpen Radio is a social enterprise all about positive conscious music and supporting musicians worldwide. Our eclectic playlist features reggae, funk, hip hop and more. There is more than 90 hours of music on the playlist with up to 10 hours of new music rotated in each month. Listen online Read more [...]

  • Edibles

    Edibles is a permaculture education and demonstration project – part of the Permaculture Association’s LAND network. We run courses, organise permaculture tours, grow food, have a  cowshed venue/classroom for hire and teach 2 GCSE level courses in permaculture at our local high school. 

  • Roots Movement

    Roots Movement is about inspiring people to work together as a community to take action to respect and care for our natural environment with a sense of fun and creativity. Vision – A global community of people working together to take action to create a better, healthier environment for ourselves and the planet. Read more [...]

  • Ethelburga Community Gardening Club

    The Ethelburga Community Gardening Club (ECGC) is an initiative of the community-owned social enterprise, Ethelburga Community Social Enterprise Limited (ECSE). ECGC exists to promote the community’s involvement in (a) growing its own vegetables in its own GYO Garden, and (b) enhancing and maintaining the green spaces within the community.

  • The Wood Shop

    Secondhand timber merchants operating in Oxfordshire, out collecting waste wood from construction sites and businesses and salvaging materials for reuse in DIY,,gardenijng and construction. We’re a social enterprise with the mission to help long term unemployed people back into work. 

  • Living Space Project

    Living Space Project, formerly known as Capacity Global, is a London-based consultancy and social enterprise, dedicated to projects that focus on urban green spaces and place shaping through inclusive community participation.  We work with a wide range of people on community space and place projects to help create healthy neighbourhoods that Read more [...]

  • Cultivate London

    Innovative urban farm and social enterprise based across multiple derelict sites in West London. We train unemployed young people in landscaping and horticulture, and produce a range of edible and ornamental plants for sale. We aim to have a long term impact on the lives of young people and change Read more [...]

  • Haggerston Orchard

    The idea for turning a corner of the Haggerston Park into a food production area first came from a member of the park user group, who hoped to used the old derelict depot site. Although this was turned down, we realised that the area next door was already flanked by lots Read more [...]

  • Pembury Chooks at Hackney

    Environmental charity Groundwork London strengthens communities by enabling residents to live and work in a greener way and celebrate fresh, seasonal produce. Marks & Spencer funded improvements to the garden at Groundwork London’s Hackney office to facilitate a social enterprise that sells eggs laid by the Pembury Chooks to help Read more [...]

  • Commuity Garden – Agnes Riley Gardens

    The Community Garden – Agnes Riley Gardens was created in 2005, but had been neglected until December 2008. Vern ( Clapham Park West Residents Association felt so agreived at the state of the space and the impact on the lived environement that he persuaded Clapham POark West Residents Association toi Read more [...]

  • CookHoods

    CookHoods is the new way to empower home cooks to sell their homemade edible goodies and seasonal produce to their neighbours. We believe in helping to bring neighborhoods closer together through local, diverse food, made from scratch by directly linking producers with consumers.  As a social enterprise and as an Read more [...]

  • GoodGym Hackney

    GoodGym is the best way to get fit in Hackney. Forget the gym, we’ll help you get fit by doing good.  Our community of runners and qualified trainer will help you achieve your fitness goals by doing physical work that helps your community. From Hackney Road to Amhurst Park we Read more [...]

  • Grow Your Own Eco Club

    Would you like to run your own rewarding Eco Club to empower the next generation? Having worked in the environmental education sector for seven years, I’m keen to pass on my knowledge to other like-minded people. Working with natural cycles, you too can run creative workshops by teaching the importance Read more [...]

  • Farm shop

    A farm in a shop 20 Dalston Lane, once a derelict shop, is the world’s first urban farming hub – a workspace, cafe and events venue packed to the rafters with living and breathing food – literally a farm in a shop. Aquaponics in the front room  Open weekends 11am-4pm 

  • Camden GoodGym

    Camden 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 Wednesday at 6.45pm and run to projects in Camden that could benefit from some manual labour. Check out what we get up to here http://www.goodgym.org/run_reports/ Read more [...]

  • Spacehive

    Spacehive.com is the UK’s first crowdfunding platform for civic projects. If you want to raise money to create a new green space (amongst other community projects) then Spacehive is the place for you!

  • Zinnia Community Enterprise

    Social Enterprise plant nursery developed to provide training, employment and volunteering opportunities to people who might otherwise find it difficult to find work or get support.  We welcome everyone.  We sell plants, run a food growing project and love horticulture, but you do not have to be interested in plants to Read more [...]

  • Streetscape

    Streetscape is an award winning social enterprise. We provide apprenticeships in landscape gardening to 18-25 year olds who are long-term unemployed, helping them to build the skills, experience and attributes they need to fulfill their dreams and move into and retain work: growing lives, transforming landscapes. In so doing we design, landscape and maintain gardensacross South London for residential, corporate and community-based clients looking Read more [...]

  • Flooting

    In Europe around 40% of people recycle, in some countries it’s as high as 60%, at the same time reuse remains a niche activity.  Today, people are acquiring stuff like never before.  We own 6 times more stuff then the generation before us and we’re running out of space to Read more [...]

  • Pop-Up-Foundation

    Pop-Up-Foundation challenges us…in unexpected ways and in unexpected places, showing us how easy it isto make little changes that make a big difference,so that we start to change our habits and behaviour and tread more gently on the earth.

  • The People’s Design Lab

    The Lab is a place where we can come together and help design change. A laboratory, run by ordinary folk, experimenting with design.  It’s a place for people who care about recycling and reuse to talk to the industries who create “stuff” in the first place and to say “look, Read more [...]

  • Print.Cycle

    Delivering portable workshops to schools and the community demonstrating how to apply traditional printmaking techniques to recycled materials. The project aims to reinforce the value of arts in education, promoting self-expression and creative confidence whilst emphasising the importance of sustaining our environment.

  • Green Entrepreneur Training

    LSx will deliver free training to 20 people in Hounslow to become Green Entrepreneurs   Do you think you have what it takes to become a social entrepreneur? Do you want to gain new skills while improving your community?   We are looking for creative individuals, groups and organisations to take Read more [...]

  • New Dawn Traders

    The New Dawn Traders plan to curate adventures trading goods by the power of the wind under sail, sharing and daring our way toward a sustainable future. The vehicle for our journey is the burgeoning sail cargo industry, or as we like to call it the “Sail RennaiSENSE”. Through the Read more [...]

  • Unblocking the Community

    Unblocking the Community is an innovative scheme  to make it easy for householders to recycle the small amounts of waste cooking oils and fats they produce, by establishing convenient collection facilities within the heart of their communities.  The recycled waste cooking oils and fats will be used to make renewable Read more [...]

  • Permanent Cultures

    Permanent Cultures are a permaculture design collective. We orchestrate a variety of courses for adults and school children, practical landbased designs and implementation, as well as curate talks and workshops that explore a diverse definition of what is permaculture.  

  • My Outdoor Classroom

      My Outdoor Classroom CIC nurtures  sustainable natural connections with your environment, your community and yourself through a fresh way of learning.  We hope you can find everything you need. My Outdoor Classroom Community Interest Company is ran by educational professionals. Here we are focused on providing  a high-quality Outdoor Learning Read more [...]

  • Newport Solar Share Offer

    Gen Community’s first project is in Newport, South Wales. Once Gen Community has raised £1 million, solar panels will be installed on 240 low income houses, reducing their electricity bills by 25% annually, helping to alleviate fuel poverty. The panels are gifted to the occupiers at the outset of the Read more [...]

  • Community Garden – Agnes Riley Gardens

    The community garden situated, in Clapham’s Agnes Riley Gardens, was created in collaboration with Lambeth Parks in 2005, but had fallen into a state of disrepair, and was fast becoming a wilderness. In response to comments from local people, Clapham Park West Residents Association undertook a project to renovate the Read more [...]

  • Beautiful Planet Cafe/ Preston Green Centre Ltd

    Aims: 1. Self-funding community centre 2. To bring people and groups together who are concerned about the environment 3. To be an information, education and resource centre for everything green Sell tea, coffee, snacks, sandwiches, cake, wholefoods and Fairtrade gifts to pay rent. Various groups/activities in evenings. Room hire free Read more [...]

  • The Restart Project

    Restart aims at fixing our relationship with electronics. We run Restart Parties,  events where volunteers share their expertise with participants to troubleshoot and repair all kinds of small electrical and electronic gadgets. By doing this, we prevent electronic waste and extend the lifespan of computers, phones and all electronic gadgets. Read more [...]

  • FoodLoop

    FoodLoop is a community-led composting and food growing pilot on the Maiden Lane estate in Kings Cross that aims to generate enough income from the sales of fertiliser produced to pay local people to manage the entire service. Interested in our wonderful BoostaPlant fertiliser? Dig it into your ground before the spring Read more [...]

  • Green Peas Events

     ‘Green Peas’ provide nature & eco crafts workshops for children of age 2-8 years and natural messy play for under 5’s. We run fantastic outdoors art events ‘Art Picnics4Kids’ during summer time and variety of workshops and events for local projects, festivals and organisations! ‘Green Peas’ nature& eco crafts workshops are a Read more [...]

  • BeeUrban-The Hive

    Bee Urban is a beekeeping and environmental education, community project based at The Hive in Kennington Park. We moved from our space at Kennington Lodge to a new site in 2015 and have created a forest garden of herbs,fruit and vegetables and ornamentals in an unused corner of the park. Read more [...]

  • Sutton Community Farm

    Sutton Community Farm is a 7-acre community-owned farm in Wallington, south London. The farm grows vegetables according to organic principles and provide a shared space for the local community to cultivate skills. The farm generates a large proposition of its income through running a local VegBox scheme, distributing fruit and Read more [...]

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