From school to work and inbetween – education & employability

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  • Newham Community Gardening Network

    This gardening network is open to anyone interested in growing food in Newham whether you volunteer at a community garden, have an allotment or grow food in your garden. The network is yours to create. Whether you use it to share knowledge, contacts, ideas, skills or enthusiasm. Feel free to Read more [...]

  • Building Man

    Welcome to the re-imagination of small festival culture and beyond. Inspired by Burning Man and remixed by Babylon the Beautiful. This is Building Man. Our 100% participatory, volunteer-led gatherings of like minded people and projects will pioneer gift-led economics and embrace a brave new world of post-scarcity abundance. Rather 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.  

  • Cloud Cuckoo Land

    Welcome to the community owned performing arts collective in the Clouds.  Somewhere over Somerset’s Mendip Hills, Cloud Cuckoo Land is “an unrealistically idealistic state of being, where everything is possible.”  August 2nd, 3rd and 4th 2013 | Early Birds On Sale Now

  • Martineau Gardens

    Martineau Gardens, Birmingham, UK Visit a terrific community garden that’s teeming with wildlife, incredible plants and amazing people.Open Mon-Sat 10am – 4pm, FREE ENTRY. Our mission is to inspire people about the natural environment. We also provide volunteering opportunities, therapeutic horticulture, and are a venue for educational activities.  Woodland, ponds, orchard, birdhide, Read more [...]

  • DIY Wind Turbine

    *** UPDATE! *** We will be building our wind turbine finally at Bicester Green community workshop from Thursday 31st July to Sunday 3rd August! Join in – register now:… Contact Claire on 07840368711 or with any questions. We will be constructing a 2.4m diameter Hugh Piggott design DIY Read more [...]


    Urban Veg is part of Winterbourne House and Garden at the University of Birmingham, UK. For course bookings call 0121 414 3003 (option 4). We aim to promote a culture of urban food production as a means of addressing issues around health, diet and social exclusion.  Working with a variety Read more [...]

  • Kirkstall Community Garden

    Kirkstall community garden is a not for profit organisation run by a committee of local residents at the Burley Mills Allotment site just off Kirkstall Road. We aim to provide a safe place for all people in the kirkstall community & local areas to come share ideas, learn life skills Read more [...]

  • Making the most of your apples

    We are a small, Devon based company who specialise in supplying equipment and advice for making apple juice, cider, cordials and all things fruity. Over the last 30 years we have built up knowledge, experience and networks around orchard care and maintenance and apple juice and cider making. We’re here to Read more [...]

  • Biofuelwatch

    Biofuelwatch is a not-for-profit grassroots organisation, which was set up to raise awareness of the negative impacts of industrial bioenergy. We are a small team of dedicated employees and volunteers based in the UK and US. All of our work relies on generous grant funding and voluntary donations. We work Read more [...]

  • BCEP – Wibsey Park Community Garden

    Wibsey Park Community Garden is new site being developed by BCEP. We will be growing food and veg plants to sell, offering training and therapeutic horticulture sessions to groups and individuals on site, provide opportunities for local schools and other community groups to use the site, and show local people Read more [...]

  • BCEP – Bradford Community Environment Project

    BCEP (Bradford Community Environment Project)working for a better Bradford Vision: Bradford a district of content, healthy communities which work together to lead sustainable lifestyles. Communities wisely use their renewable, reusable and recyclable resources. People work with natural systems to address local needs and families treasure green spaces. Mission: To contribute to Read more [...]

  • Friends of Clapham Common

    Friends of Clapham Common works actively with the community to enhance the beauty and character of Clapham Common for the lasting benefit of all. Our aim is to involve all sections of the Community in activities to improve Clapham Common, thereby helping to maintain and protect the Common’s resources for Read more [...]

  • Growbags to Gourmets

    The Growbags to Gourmets project aims to work with isolated older people in the area around St Luke’s Community Centre – teaching them how to grow their own food and then how to cook it. The project will also incorporate trips to markets and farms in and around London to Read more [...]

  • Cre8 Arc Project

    The Cre8 community centre in Hackney Wick has launched a volunteer-driven food growing project and eco-build on the land around our building. Food growing spaces and a new eco ‘Arc’ building will be created using materials from the Olympic site. The project is community and volunteer driven and we are Read more [...]

  • The Koa Tree Project

    The Koa Tree Project is a school for sustainable agriculture, a community hub and an educational centre.  Our 30 acre small holding draws on Permaculture principles, circular ecology and agroecological practice to create a space geared towards experimenting with and improving sustainable agriculture in mixed farming. Using our garden and Read more [...]

  • Hydrogen Hazards Centre LSBU

    Part of the Explosion & Fire Research Group at LSBU.  We have 12 years experience providing knowledge and expertise to industry on the safety of hydrogen produced or contained in a variety of sensitive environments.  We’re working with this highly-flammable gas to support its use in industrial and transport systems.

  • Sunseed Desert Technology

    Sunseed is a hands-on practical centre for permaculture solutions and environmental education. At this lively international community of staff and volunteers we work and learn together to develop, demonstrate and communicate sustainable alternatives. Situated in a beautiful valley in southern Spain we are low impact, off-grid and committed to sustainable Read more [...]

  • In the Sticks

    In the Sticks offers a bespoke service of activities and programmes to schools, community organisations and parents. These range from one-off events, such as parties, to six-week programmes based in local woodland and green space. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements and for more information.

  • Wey Valley Wood Fuel Energy Co-operative

    Our project is based in one of the most wooded areas of the UK and we have many aces of unmanaged woodland surrounding us. Our objective is to create a local, ethical, community based renewable energy co-operative using wood fuel to help heat our community buildings includung local schools, sports Read more [...]

  • Groho

    groho is an urban greening project to make Soho and other communities in London greener, cleaner and more sustainable using living walls, roof gardens, innovative green art & design and eco architecture.  We want to bring together landscape designers, architects, garden designers, artists and scientists to make London a showcase Read more [...]

  • Transition Rutland

    Transition Rutland aims to support everyone living or working in Rutland to plan for a ‘transition’ from our current total dependency on fossil fuels. Currents Projects Incredible Edible Growing veg in the pots by Rutland Plastics Rutland Skill Share Informal free skill-sharing programme enabling residents to run workshops based on Read more [...]

  • Communigrow

    Communigrow is food and farming social enterprise based on land leased from East Malling Research at Ditton, near Maidstone, Kent. It uses ‘Community Supported Agriculture’ (or CSA) to bring people, our community, into all operations and organisation and provides sustainably grown food and otherwise unavailable opportunities to learn and experience Read more [...]

  • The Briardale Kids Community Kitchen & Cafe

    A Kids Community Kitchen and Cafe is a fantastic initiative with the involvement of young people. The initiative is supported by Northumberland YOS and Barnardos who are managing the Community Space Challenge All Ages for Catch 22 and which has funding from the Big Lottery.  The Kids Community Kitchen and Cafe Read more [...]

  • Wing Watch

    Get February half term off to a flying start with a look at the amazing world of birds. From Saturday 16 to Monday 18 February you’ll encounter magnificent birds of prey such as owls and peregrine falcons close up and find out more about them. Get creative in our bird Read more [...]

  • The Green Register

    The Green Register is a not-for-profit membership organisation offering expert and unbiased training on sustainable building practices to all disciplines of the construction industry. Based in Bristol, but offering training events across the UK. Please visit for a current course list. Our online register of members is free to Read more [...]

  • Groundwork London

    Our vision is of a society of sustainable communities which are vibrant, healthy and safe, which respect the local and global environment and where individuals and enterprise prosper. Our mission is to transform lives and places in communities in need in London. Our programmes: • Communities & young people. We Read more [...]

  • Avery Hill Community Garden

    Avery Hill Community Garden A space for staff, students and locals to grow their own fruit, vegetables and herbs and become invoved with a vibrant volunteer group learning about organic gardening, permaculture and forest gardening. There is a volunteer workshop open to EVERYONE every Wednesday from 12noon – 2pm. Come Read more [...]

  • BEES -Bradford Environmental Education Services

    Bradford Environmental Education Service (BEES) specialises in providing environmental education and practical land management training for individuals and community organisations in the Bradford District. We offer a range of programmes to a broad spectrum of the community, from work with primary and secondary schools, work experience and training with young Read more [...]

  • Holloway Neighbourhood Group Garden

    Holloway Neighbourhood Group is a charity in north London working hard to improve the lives of people in our neighbourhood and strengthen our community. The Hollway Neighbourhood Group Garden was created in 2009, its design based on the Forest Garden, with the aim of providing a local source of nourishment Read more [...]

  • Groundtoground (London)

    Groundtoground is an initiative raising the awareness of the richness of used coffee grounds for use in gardens, allotments and pot plants. Groundtoground aims is to ensure that as little used coffee gets sent to landfill as possible over the next few years as growers begin to integrate the fertile Read more [...]

  • Ropewalk Community Garden

    Ropewalk Community Garden is a green oasis in the inner city of Southampton.  Tucked behind the West Itchen Community Trust building on Derby Road, it’s a garden with trees, herbs, veg, flowers, even our own sculpture and play equipment!  We currently have volunteer sessions every Saturday and Sunday 12-3, and Read more [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Friends Of Harmony Gardens

    We are a new , independent group called the Friends Of Harmony Gardens (FOHG). We have been formed by volunteers and staff actively involved in the gardens over the last few years. We are a voluntary, membership led, constituted group whose members are people dedicated to the continued growth, progress and Read more [...]

  • Grow Wild

    Grow Wild runs learning and community engagement programmes of food growing and cooking related activities, to increase wellbeing, healthy eating knowledge, horticultural skills and community cohesion around New Cross, SE London.

  • Dulwich Grows Local

    Telling the story in words and pictures of how people – individual growers, consumers, schoolchildren, teachers, artists and food/environment enthusiasts – relate to food by growing it, distributing it and producing food and drink from it. This is a new and ongoing project using documentary photography and social media to Read more [...]

  • Schools’ Drinking Water Campaign

    20 schools in the South East will be chosen from the online entries with the chosen schools winning Ohyo collapsible water bottles for the schoolchildren, and an interactive and fun presentation given by our consultants two downloadable lesson plans, and a homework assignment aimed at year four students

  • Edible Landscapes London

    Low maintenance edible plants in London? More of ’em please! We offer informal training in forest gardening at our workdays. Check out our lovely well-labelled showcase beds and our propagation area, crammed with tough, tasty and robust plants. Join us for a cup of forest garden tea!

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