From school to work and inbetween – education & employability

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  • 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.

  • Holland Park Ecology Centre

    The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Holland Park Ecology Centre runs a programme of ecology events for adults throughout the year. We also run a range of activities for children during half-terms and the summer holidays. During term-time we’re busy running pond dipping, minibeast hunts, nature exploration and forest school sessions for Read more [...]

  • Woodland Heritage in Action

    Woodland Heritage in Action focuses on the historical significance of woodland for the cultural, environmental and economic wellbeing of Peterborough. Bretton’s Ancient Woods, to the East of Peterborough and once part of William the Conqueror’s Royal Rockingham Forest, are being made more accessible to the public thanks to a grant Read more [...]

  • Horniman Museum and Gardens

    We are the Horniman Museum and Gardens, an inspiring, surprising, family-friendly, free attraction in South London’s Forest Hill. We’ve been open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, our collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important Read more [...]

  • Food Growing Train the Trainer

    Food Growing Train the Trainer Courses 2013 Are you a keen gardener? Fed up with not knowing where your fruit and veg comes from? Want to grow your own food? Work in the community? Thought about teaching or sharing your skills and knowledge? If so these 8 week courses may Read more [...]

  • Herb Growing Workshop

    HERB PLANTING WORKSHOP 4 week course held Saturday mornings at Meanwhile Gardens W10 5BN Saturdays May 18, May 25, June 8 & June 22 from 10.30am to 12noon £25 / £15 concessions (inc. Farm the City volunteers) A great place to start growing your own – learn to sow, propagate Read more [...]

  • Sustrans London

    Sustrans is a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day. We deliver educational programmes, community projects, volunteer programmes and infrastructure work in London in partnership with TfL, Local Authorities, Public Health and others.

  • Theta Sailing Club

    A sailing club run by young people for young people (age 12 to 25) on the Norfolk Broads. We run sailing holidays over Easter and in the Summer teaching sailing. 

  • Hamilton House

    Hamilton House is a vibrant community hub on Stokes Croft in which people can coexist in harmony with themselves, with each other and the environment. We have grown organically and will continue to do so, open to respond to what is needed by the community within and without the building.  Read more [...]

  • Green Dream

    The Green Dream is an urban food growing and community environmental project based in the heart of Bootle.  We are growing food in raised beds and poly tunnel. We are also creating habitats for wildlife, keeping bees, harvesting water, composting, sowing a meadow, making and installing environmental art pieces and Read more [...]

  • Penrith Action for Community Transition

    PACT is a transition town organisation that is working hard on local environmental and energy saving projects. We’ve campaigned to reduce plastic bag usage, produce community ovens and gets kids involved with Story Giants of Eden.  We’re now heavily into community growing and greening of Penrith and Eden District.  Using Read more [...]

  • Climate Crusader Volunteering

    <P>Are you passionate about recycling and environmental issues?</P> <P> </P> <P>Are you looking to gain some experience in events, sustainability or charity work? </P> <P> </P> <P>Vital Regeneration is an agency working for positive change in London’s most deprived neighbourhoods by developing sustainable and effective social, environmental and economic programmes.</P> <P> </P> <P>This Read more [...]

  • Queen’s Walk Window Gardens

    The Queen’s Walk Windows Gardens are large-scale allotments created from reclaimed windows that span one of the busiest and most activated public spaces in the world. Designed by Wayward Plants, as part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of Neighbourhood, the imaginative garden has been built and cared for by the local Read more [...]

  • Tamworth Farm Rose Avenue Allotment

    Sustainable Merton, a community led initiative which gives local people the chance to get involved with practical projects aimed at increasing sustainability in the area, is set to refurbish the currently derelict Tamworth Farm, Rose Avenue Allotment on London Road, Mitcham. Owned by Merton Council, the site is in an Read more [...]

  • Permanent Housing Co-operative

    Fully Mutual housing cooperative interested in permaculture, community building, low impact living etc. We are a cooperative centred around a multi generational family and feel that we have hit upon an interesting model for inter-generational management of a collective asset.

  • Get-Growing

    We are a community market garden and organic horticulture training centre in Newtown. We are also involved in developing a local food hub and deliver training, work experience and volunteer programmes . We are part of the Cwm Harry organisation who built their reputation composting food waste and promoting local Read more [...]

  • Project Dirt Activities

    Here at Project Dirt we would like to start having a few more fun activities for us and our community! Whether that be walks, cycle rides, talks, green film nights or workshops this is where we will be letting you know what is going on!

  • Solar Schools

    Solar Schools was a project offering schools the chance to win free training, resources and support to help them fundraise the cost of solar panels. It boosted budgets, built communities and brough energy and climate change to life!  Unfortunately though, the Solar Schools project has closed in September 2016. 10:10, Read more [...]

  • Kotuku Environmental Labourer Project (KELP)

    The Kotuku Environmental Labourer Project (KELP) aims to give young unemployed Londoner’s a helping hand into long term employment. It equips them with basic health and safety and environmental skills and qualifications.  After training they are matched with full time work opportunities on the first rung of the construction and Read more [...]

  • Chelsea Fringe Festival Events

    The Gin Garden will be hosting a whole series of events as part of the Chelsea Fringe Festival.  Which begins on Saturday 18th May and will run for three weeks, at a host of different venues and settings across London. Building on the success of the inaugural 2012 Chelsea Fringe, Read more [...]

  • Roots and Shoots

    <P>The Roots and Shoots Training Centre has supported young people in London since 1982. Combining supportive educational programmes – focused on Horticulture and Retail – and ambitious targets within a nurturing environment, our aim is to help young people progress in their lives and towards sustainable employment. </P> <P><BR></P>

  • Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership

    The Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership (GMHP) was set up in 2012 by Manchester Metropolitan University and Association of Greater Manchester Authorities to develop a network of hydrogen fuel cell stakeholders to bring together knowledge and skills to improve Greater Manchester’s capacity to address the challenges of grid demand, energy security and ability to Read more [...]

  • The East London Garden Society

    The East London Garden Society is to create a one stop shop for all garden services in East London, therefore all persons wishing to be registered, please Whether you have a service such as landscaping or retail garden products, contact us.

  • Ledbury in Bloom

    Ledbury in Bloom have a number of projects within the Ledbury area, entering the wider Britain in Bloom competition every year. With Environmental Responsibility, Horticultural Achievement and Community Participation at the heart of everything we do we have devised a number of projects designed to promote native wildlife, including pollenating Read more [...]

  • The Community Farm, Chew Magna, Bristol

    We’re working to transform farming, growing organically on a farm owned by its members and providing healthy food direct to your door. Members officially took over the farming, box scheme and wholesale business as a not-for-profit organisation in April 2011. We also run educational courses at the farm. Come and Read more [...]

  • Chorley Community Food Growing Project

    We support community groups setting up food growing areas on community sites/gardens as well as local schools. Our support includes advice, practical help, training, educational sessions and being an on-going contact for volunteers.

  • Walthamstow Family Bike Club

    We meet on the 2nd Sunday of each month for a sociable ride. Our aim is for an enjoyable afternoon exploring the nooks and crannies in and around our borough. The maximum distance we do is 15 miles there and back, but will be tailored to the abilities of those Read more [...]

  • Barking and Dagenham Catch22

    Catch22 is develivering community engagement, social enteprise and enviromental services across the Borough of Barking and Dagenham. We undertake a series of innovative consultations sessions with the local community to find locations or opportunities for community projects – deliver ‘Action Learning Days’ to recruit and train volunteers – organise ‘Community Space Roadshow Blitz’ events to unify forces Read more [...]

  • Friends of Windmill Gardens

    The parks group of FoWG work to improve Windmill Gardens park for all users and visitors to Brixton Windmill. Among other things: – We grow heritage soft fruit in the park; – We tend a medicinal herb bed that we have created in a disused sandpit; – Our volunteers regularly Read more [...]

  • Branch Out

    Aged 16-25 or know someone who is? Interested in working outside in food growing, gardening, grounds maintenance or garden retail? Join our 10 week ‘Branch Out’ horticultural work training programme  in East London. \ Gain a level 1 City&Guilds qualification in practical horticulture, a Level 2 Environmental Awareness, job readiness Read more [...]

  • OnePlot urban farming

    to deliver an environmentally sustainable project to the Balsall Heath community that will promote higher nutritional levels, develop a thriving horticultural culture in the area and promote environmental education. Five services will be offered in food production and preservation, basic cookery and low tech assembly, and environmental education.  We have Read more [...]

  • Wyck Gardens Clean Up

    12:30pm – 2:30pm Saturday 13th April 2013  Capital Clean Up event run by Brixton based Embrace Social Enterprises Ltd. We shall be mending a wooden fence, cutting back shrubs & planting trees / shrubs. There shall be FREE food & drink for volunteers & everyone is welcome to come along. Read more [...]

  • Roundshaw Homes

    Roundshaw Homes is a successful partnership between The Hyde Group and the Metropolitan Housing Partnership (MHP), which has been responsible for the regeneration of the Roundshaw Estate in Wallington, Surrey, since 1996.

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