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  • “Social Art” at Nucleus Arts

    “Social Art” at Nucleus Arts will provide a much-needed opportunity for anyone in Chatham and the surrounding areas to meet and enjoy a shared passion of creativity, regardless of where they come from, or the barriers they are facing in their lives. Weekly sessions facilitated by experienced artists will enable those who Read more [...]

  • HRM GOES WiFi

    Hospital Radio Medway is a non-profitable organisation which provides 24/7 radio programmes for all the patients in Medway Maritime Hospital. When we first started in 1970, the equipment was very basic and has been updated through the years. As more and more people nowadays prefer to listen to the radio on Read more [...]

  • Brixton Orchard

    The Brixton Orchard is a new green space with 35 fruit trees and hundreds of edible hedges, showcasing how fruit trees can be integrated into urban spaces. By growing fruit trees, we can reconnect people with food growing and spark some curiosity about the amazing diversity which cannot be found Read more [...]

  • Arches Local (Big Local)

    As part of the Big Local programme, an area in central Chatham which has been locally named ‘Arches Local’ was awarded £1million in the spring of 2012. The partnership was endorsed in June 2015, and is led by residents, and supported by local organisations. From the varied consultations with Arches Read more [...]

  • Pollinator Paths Wandsworth

    LSx are collaborating with community gardens across Wandsworth to deliver a project getting residents involved in nature and gardening, and boost biodiversity in the longterm! People with all levels of gardening experience are encouraged to take part. Throughout May we will be popping up at various community gardens in Wandsworth Read more [...]

  • Devonport Work Club

    The Work Club, started in 2013, is based in St Aubyn Church and library in Devonport. The Work Club serves any residents of Plymouth and the surrounding areas who are looking for employment, advice or pastoral advice. We also signpost individuals to relevant support so they are looked after in all Read more [...]

  • Pendeen Partnership

    Pendeen is a special place – a strong vibrant community set within stunning wild countryside. But like many rural communities, it (and its people) face challenges. Pendeen has an activity community with a number of diverse groups, organisations and committed people working to ensure it is a place people love Read more [...]

  • Kids Kitchen

    We run and facilitate cooking sessions for carers and toddlers. We aim to cultivate a culture of sociability, community and health through cooking and eating delicious food together. We believe cooking and eating together creates stronger, healthier families and communities. Cooking with children, however young, and supporting carers, to give Read more [...]

  • Stepping Stones

    Stepping Stones is a small, vibrant charity for adults with learning disabilities. Our aim is to enrich lives by building skills, independence and making informed choices. We think it’s important for everyone to be able to take part in and make a contribution to the world around them, so working Read more [...]

  • Community Potluck

    Cranbrook Community Potluck A well being event to be held once a month in Cranbrook Exeter. A free event where people get together over a shared meal. Each family bring food to share and we facilitate the event. Run by the community for the community.  An alcohol free social gathering Read more [...]

  • Incredible Edible

    Incredible Edible is a food growing network throughout the UK. The objective is to bring people together to grow food once a week in the new town of Cranbrook Exeter. Food grown is accessible for anyone to enjoy, foods such as herbs, salad leaves, fruit and even root vegetables and Read more [...]

  • Woodland volunteers

    Komaru outdoor adventure , are a community based outdoor/ bushcraft project . Komaru aims to involve everybody in the community in activities, shelter building, fire lighting, wood carving, primitive living. What  are we are looking for? Komaru is looking  community minded people  who are  happy to do a bit of woodland work, Read more [...]

  • Physical Folk Swale

    Physical Folk is a Kent based social enterprise dedicated to training local young people from all backgrounds and abilities in the ways of affordable film-making, from writing & acting, to directing & editing and screening. We aim to boost the confidence of all participants, and assist them in becoming ready Read more [...]

  • Physical Folk Medway

    Physical Folk is a Medway social enterprise dedicated to training local young people from all backgrounds and abilities in the ways of affordable film-making, from writing & acting, to directing & editing and screening. We aim to boost the confidence of all participants, and assist them in becoming ready to Read more [...]

  • Sensory Garden

    With assistance from a £10,000 environmental grant from the Greggs Foundation (alongside other sponsors) One Trust have installed a sensory garden at our Tooting site for individuals with complex needs (profound and multiple learning disabilities).  The garden includes a water feature, swing, pergola, mirrors and musical instruments made from recycled materials Read more [...]

  • Newquay Community Orchard

    Newquay Orchard is a space where people from all walks of life can come together to work, rest & play. A place in which people can grow, learn, & feel included. It’s a 7 acre multi functional community space, managed by Urban Biodiversity CIC, and designed to provide environmental education, employability Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at St Andrews Garden

    The Conservation Volunteers will be carrying out some flower bed renovation and tree planting. Meet at the entrance on Gray’s Inn Road. Nearest Tube: Russell Square & Chancery Lane. There are also lots of buses – nearest bus stop is Guilford Street (17, 45 & 46 buses). WC1X 8JT. We strongly Read more [...]

  • Life in the Garden – Wellbeing & Gardening

    Life in the Garden is a series of free ongoing sessions to run throughout 2017, with a focus on wellness through contact with nature and garden activities. The sessions will offer free talks, workshops and social events for community members and other friends of the garden.

  • Parkland Walk Big Clean litter pick

    Sunday 5th March The Friends of the Parkland Walk are holding a litter clean up to coincide with the Great British Spring Clean Campaign. We will supply bags, gloves and litter picking tools. Strong shoes are recommended. The event is open to all. A great opportunity to do something to Read more [...]

  • Wandle Rain Gardens

    Wandle Rain gardens project is run by London Wildlife Trust and is one of many projects being delivered along the course of the River Wandle in south London under the umbrella of the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership. The project aims to increase resilience to the changing weather patterns that climate Read more [...]

  • London Sustainability Exchange

    LSx is a “think and do” charity which creates collaborations that address the complex barriers to a sustainable London. Our projects provide action-based community development and research to develop, and in turn share, the lessons from our work across London, and most importantly, influence London’s policies for a sustainable future.

  • Grow with Sunnyside

    We have secured a small grant to employ someone to teach a small group how to grow vegetables and some soft fruit.  We will be using our existing allotment site and setting up some new beds for people to get involved.  The people we want to target are those with Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Ingestre Woods

    The Conservation Volunteers will be carrying out some woodland management in addition to habitat management. Ingestre Wood: From Tufnell Park tube , cross to take Dartmouth Park Hill, then first left then right onto Ingestre Road, first left and right to the end: meet Community Centre (NW5 1UX) We strongly Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Regents Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. On this day we will be working on hedge laying. The Green Gym® is a unique way to get fit, transform the environment, meet new people and learn new skills. Each day starts with a warm up Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym at Waterlow Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. The day’s project will be managing the pond and woodland habitats, so we recommend everyone dress up warm and waterproofed in case you get wet!

  • Camden Green Gym at Regents Park

    Help us to preserve this site’s beauty and wildlife while improving your health. On this day we will be working on hedge laying. The Green Gym® is a unique way to get fit, transform the environment, meet new people and learn new skills. Each day starts with a warm up Read more [...]

  • Centra Volunteering

    Centra Care and Support is the new name for Circle Support. It provides support and care services and supported housing management services across the group partners of Clarion Housing Group, one of the UK’s largest housing organisations. Our mission is to ‘enhance life chances’. Life Chances are the opportunities each Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Sadeh

    Sadeh is a Jewish farm community that welcomes everybody! Our values are rooted in a commitment to social and environmental justice and creating a healthier and more sustainable world for everybody. We aim to re-engage and invigorate the Jewish community through farming and outdoor education, to connect with other faiths Read more [...]

  • Golden Ages Day Center

    Golden Ages Day Center Project is welcoming over 65’s to come along and join other seniors enjoy a full range of activities, dance and chair exercise class, flower arranging, cards, dominoes and much more gardening.  Our aim is to reduce social isolation, loneliness, and early onset into nursing care homes. Read more [...]

  • Living With & Beyond Cancer

    A gardening project based in Battersea Park for Wandsworth residents or people being treated in Wandsworth, living with and beyond cancer. 8 sessions beginning at the end of January. If you are interested in joining please contact Ellen Swygart. 020 7720 2212  ellen.swygart@thrive.org.uk

  • Alara Wholefoods

    Alara Wholefoods in 2016 became The Most Sustainable Food Manufacturer on Earth. Not only were they the first cereal company in the world to become 3rd party certified as organic, Alara is also a certified zero-waste company. A key part of this is giving all food waste to charity or, Read more [...]

  • senses working overtime

    We were fortunate to secure a grant from the Greggs Foundation and we are going to use this to develop out door learning by digging out our raised bed and use this space to grow vegetables, build some more raised beds and grow more varieties of veg and herbs. We are Read more [...]

  • Putney Community Gardens

    PUTNEY COMMUNITY GARDENS We want to make the Ashburton Estate a great space get to know your neighbours, share skills, cook delicious food which would have otherwise gone to waste, get our hands dirty and watch green and delicious things grow! A couple of sites near The Green Man (on Read more [...]

  • Native English Woodland Bluebell Glade

    We are a group of volunteers called ‘The Friends of Quarry Park’ and we work alongside Doncaster Council to improve and promote our local nature reserve, Quarry Park, which is situated between Dunsville & Dunscroft, Doncaster.  The nature reserve is a local place for wildlife, with interesting geological features and offers Read more [...]

  • Wednesday gardening club

    The project will support our community gardening club established in October 2015, which meets every Wednesday between 12:30 and 3:30 pm. The grant from Greggs Foundation will cover the cost of a trained horticulturalist attending once a month for a year, to provide training and advice and to develop the Read more [...]

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