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  • Greenholm Primary School Farm

    We have been allowed to take ownership of a field behind the school, which is landlocked and owned by the local authority. It is 5.2 acres and we plan to develop a school farm, and an area for the children to do PE.

  • Wild Cat Wilderness

    The Wild Cat Wilderness is a unique, wild community green space in Catford coordinated by the Rushey Green Time Bank. Here the local community can explore nature and wildlife, play or relax in its peacefulness, learn new outdoor skills, share and enjoy the space with other local people of all Read more [...]

  • Our Allotment

    Ebbw Fawr Wellbeing Centre pupils would like the chance to help the environment and become more sufficient and independent as learners and young adults. The Wellbeing Centre provides support for pupils with emotional, social and behavioural issues. The allotment and garden area that pupils would like to create will also Read more [...]

  • Growing fruit and vegetables

    Pupils and staff at Dunblane Primary School have been busy planting, growing and now harvesting some of our fruit and vegetables which we have grown in the school grounds.  We have 8 planters and several large boxes for potatoes.  The pupils will then be making healthy meals in the school Read more [...]

  • CLEAR Buckhaven

    Active local charity working since 2007 to regenerate a deprived area through community orchards, woodlands, growing spaces, floral enhancement, community art and heritage, events and more

  • Blackhill Club Community Garden

    Blackhill Club Community Garden has been designed and implemented by volunteers in Consett. We grow food together using Permaculture principles and organic methods to supply food for our free of charge Community Meal.

  • Growing Great Things

    Growing Great Things is a project aimed at improving the physical and mental health and well-being of all the participants.  Through gardening together in the community garden, people will grow vegetables, fruit, flowers and friendship. Each group meets weekly throughout the year, carrying out gardening activities and having plenty of Read more [...]

  • Tyre Furniture Skills

    Tyre Furniture skills is a project that was started in 2016 to deliver tyre furniture making as a recognisable income generating skill,in The Gambia. We succesfully ran the project in Jan/ Feb 2017 in The Gambia and trained two groups of people how to make 5 different peices of tyre Read more [...]

  • Whole Again Community Garden

    Establishing a Community Garden in our Whole Again Community Space to be able to grow the food that we cook in our workshops.  The garden will provide the space to teach and engage volunteers and students the skills needed to grow food practically and easily anywhere.   The produce from Read more [...]

  • Summer Garden Project

    Summer Programme at Bilton Hall Community Trust Williby Roc’s provide Eco Arts and Crafts to children, families, community groups and adults.We use environmentally friendly, recyclable, pre-loved and woodland materials to deliver events, parties, workshops, after school clubs and education sessions. Here at Williby Roc’s we aim to release children’s potential Read more [...]

  • Nomadic Community Gardens

    Nomadic Community Gardens is a social enterprise that seeks to turn disused parts of the city into vibrant oases for use by local residents.  We work with property developers and local authorities to transform land that is awaiting development in the meantime into multi-functioning community spaces.

  • Audacious Veg

    Audacious Veg grows delicious food for London restaurants, and trains other people how to do it too. We grow edible flowers, gourmet salad mixes and micro-herbs that inspire your tastebuds with every mouthful. Not only are we environmentally responsible, but our produce is grown by local young adults who are Read more [...]

  • Grow Your Own At Home!

    Learn how to grow fruit & veg in a series of FREE monthly sessions in Tooting on the second Saturday morning of the month, 10.30am- 12.30pm. No previous gardening experience necessary. Learning sessions include practical activities and a handout covering the basics. We can also help you with ideas about Read more [...]

  • Kench Hill Residential Education Centre

    A residential environmental education charity, linked to Hackney Council, working with schools, voluntary groups and others to provide a rural retreat for education and personal development in the outdoors. Holistic approach with strong focus on healthy eating, growing and sustainability. Open all year. Our 2 acre garden is a haven Read more [...]

  • Global Gardens Project

    The Global Gardens Project is about coming together through gardening, food and working with clay. Our vision to celebrate ecological and cultural diversity. We are currently working on creating an organic kitchen garden at our site at Flaxland Allotments, located just off Whitchurch Road on Sachville Avenue, CF14 3NY. We Read more [...]

  • Islington Green Gym

    Unlike other gardening and conservation projects, our focus is as much on health and Well-being as it is on creating welcoming and healthy green space within the local community. After a few minutes warm up, we have plenty to keep us busy from cutting back overgrown foliage to increase the Read more [...]

  • Southend Radical Fair 2017

    2017 looks set to be a historically turbulent, crisis-ridden year. It would be easy to give up on any attempt at changing the world for the better. Fortunately, there are a number of groups and individuals in Southend and the surrounding areas who see things differently. They’re working at grassroots Read more [...]

  • Shepway Chariots Community Garden

    shepway chariots have recently acquired half an acre of disused land which had become a hotspot for anti social behaviour and flytipping. Our aim is to transform the land into a fully functioning community garden. Where we will encourage local residents to learn how to grow, tend and harvest their 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 [...]

  • Wild Whitworth

    The aim is to make bug hotels, plant wildflowers, plant fruit trees and also to have an incredible edible patch in our community for all to enjoy and actively take part in the creation of. There wil be a series of creative activities for everyone to take part in and 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 [...]

  • Robin Hood Community Garden

    The Robin Hood Community Gardens – Riches for All! Located near Springfield Park, on the banks of the Lea Canal, the Robin Hood Community Garden is a lovely space managed by local residents. Open to everyone 7 days a week, we aim to create a welcoming place/open space that provides 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.

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Save Northfields Allotments

    Northfields Allotments in West Ealing is London’s oldest surviving allotment site. It now faces the threat of development from the housing charity Pathways, the site’s landlord. Pathways intends to construct a multi-storey social housing block and four townhouses for private sale on the allotments. Please help us preserve Ealing’s natural Read more [...]

  • Westminster Recycling Champions

    Westminster is recycling less that 20% of its waste. We’re looking for volunteer Recycling Champions who will help others in their community to waste less and recycle more. You don’t need any experience to become a Recycling Champion. You just need to live in Westminster, be over 18 and willing to Read more [...]

  • Spiralseed

    Spiralseed is an independent, ethical publishing and educational enterprise founded by Graham Burnett in 2001. We publish books about Permaculture, sell fairly traded teeshirts and run Permaculture courses.

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Time4Time TR18

    Time4Time TR18 Timebanking Project in the TR18 area. Give an hour of your time helping someone and get an hour back from another Timebanker for something you need help with.  Brokers are also needed to facilitate the swaps – training will be given.  Give as much or as little time Read more [...]

  • House of Bread Community Garden Project

    This is a community garden project, offering access to all the local community. An organic mixed garden that includes vegetables and flowers plants. Offering a range of activity including the following: Planting, Harvesting, Wood work, Mowing, and much much more. This project is also linked to our weekly bread making event held at the Read more [...]

  • The Greetland Academy Gardening Club

    We wish to take our ethos beyond our school gates and involve the community in our projects. Children will learn life skills and local people will demonstrate their skills and knowledge   The project will be sustainable as the monies made from selling produce will support the project into the Read more [...]

  • Reclaim the Rosebank

    Reclaim the Rosebank- Empowering local people to come together transforming their lives and their local green space. Developing a design for the Rosebank for generations to come. Reaching out to people in need, encouraging them to learn and share skills, form friendships and make a positive, sustainable change to their Read more [...]

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