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    The River Starts Here!

    ‘The River Starts Here!’ is improving some of the most polluted headwater streams (brooks) in the catchment of the River Trent. These rise the in towns of the former Derbyshire-Nottinghamshire coalfields.  Here they gather pollution from towns, industrial estates, former mines and trunk roads. They have often been put into Read more [...]

  • Oak Grove Family Support

    Oak Grove Family Support is a project run by Oak Grove Community Church to support families facing adversity in North Norwich, primarily the area of Catton Grove. We run the Kids Matter parenting programme to strengthen families and bring them into the local community. Kids Matter groups are for 4-8 Read more [...]

  • OASIS Community Gardens

    The Oasis Community Gardens is a project which has been developed on a 2 acre site in Worksop, Nottinghamshire by a group of volunteers.  The site now has over 30 areas including growing spaces, play areas, specialist planting beds and polytunnels, raised beds and a dome greenhouse.  It is now Read more [...]

  • Doorways

    Welcome to some thinkpieces on our new London Sustainable Schools Forum project: Doorways. It has been launched in a time of crisis when the ‘doorways’ in the places we live, work and shop have a whole new significance. There are eight Doorways (to sustainable schools resources) in our project. It doesn’t matter Read more [...]

  • Helping people to speak again

    We are a small but growing charity based in Leicester (East Midlands) that deals with the after effects of surgery for throat cancers & all the horrors of havin g no voice! 2020VoiceCancer.org was set up 5yrs ago by myself (Phil Johnson) after my surgeon pointed out all that was Read more [...]

  • Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society

    We are Lifeafterhummus Community Benefit Society, a grassroots BME-Led Society and a member of the Co-operatives UK. We are located at Somers Town Community Association. We applied to the Regents Place Community Fund to improve the health of local families and tackle health inequalities and improve social cohesion, reduce social Read more [...]

  • Forest School Leader Training 2020

    Greenbow is excited to announce Forest School Leader Trainings for 2020. Four separate trainings that will be run in the Greater London area within beautiful nature reserves and green spaces. Training dates and places: Ham Lands (Richmond)— 2nd-4th March 2020 Crouch End (Haringey) — 30th March – 1st April 2020 Read more [...]

  • The Canddo Project/US@bridge 47

    We are a community woodland project in pontypool, torfaen. The Canddo Project / US@bridge 47 Alongside creating a community woodland that is a proven benefit to mental health we want to utilise the wood as a green woodworking hub. Meaning isolated and suicide vulnerable people can meet at there own Read more [...]

  • Christchurch School Community Garden

    We love improving green space, project after project, here at Christchurch School Community Garden. We aim to create a beautiful space filled with colour and wildlife, one plant at a time. Since we started in October 2017, we have welcomed hundreds of visitors on our weekly Open Fridays and Weekend Read more [...]

  • Green Architecture Day

    28 March 10.30am – 5pm Sallis Benney Theatre, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY   Cost: £10-£38 (includes light vegetarian lunch and refreshments – please bring a cup)   ‘A wonderful, informative, annual event…’ Green Architecture Day presents a comprehensive programme led by designers, practitioners and professionals, Read more [...]

  • Scotswood Garden

    The garden works with nature to create a great place for people and wildlife to enjoy. The garden is about our community, whether in Scotswood and Benwell or the wider area, and we welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to get involved in our work. This can be as Read more [...]