Going wild with biodiversity and green spaces

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  • The Living Wall!

    We are helping the fantastic volunteers behind East Morton Community Shop to improve the environment around them! Creating a series of “Living Walls” with volunteers.   Attracting wildlife and conversation!

  • VolunteersYeah

    Volunteers Yeah – Training online and offline that builds our skills for involving people in the projects and causes we believe in. Facebook | Twitter | Live Online FAQs Involving volunteers? One hour sessions to improve the way we involve volunteers and make our lives easier… What’s your burning question Read more [...]

  • Jacksons Grow

    We’re thrilled to announce a new project, Jacksons Grow, which has been funded by the People’s Postcode Lottery in order to engage local residents within the community and to create environmental change. Jacksons Grow will be a volunteer-led project that will give local residents the opportunity to develop new skills Read more [...]

  • UK Youth Climate Coalition

    The UK Youth Climate Coalition are recruiting! Are you looking for an exciting volunteering opportunity? Are you aged between 18 and 29? Do you want to meet great people, develop new skills and be part of the global movement to stop climate change? Who are we? UKYCC is a youth Read more [...]

  • CPRE Lancashire

    CPRE believes a beautiful, thriving countryside is important for everyone, no matter where they live. Millions of town and city dwellers recharge their batteries with a walk or a bike ride in the local Green Belt, spend weekends and holidays in the countryside, or enjoy fresh local produce. People who Read more [...]

  • The Wilton Herbery

    Looking at improving, using and learning from our herb garden. Making scalable items from the herbs produced to fund further community work on the estate.  We will train 5 local residents in Food Hygiene Level 2 so they can utilise the herbs being grown to make interesting and unusual products Read more [...]

  • Duck Champions

    The Epping Forest Heritage Trust works for the Forest and its communities. Feeding bread to wildfowl in public ponds and other aquatic habitats is becoming a major problem, not only in Epping Forest but all across the UK. The birds can get health problems, the water quality goes down and Read more [...]

  • Rooftop Garden

    We have created a rooftop garden on one of our buildings on the Newcastle University campus. We will use the space to grow fresh produce and to keep bees. The garden will be managed by student volunteers and we will look to link up with community groups and deliver workshops to Read more [...]

  • Eco Soul Hostel

    We’re creating the first-ever community eco-hostel in London. The vision is: ‘A hostel in London where people who share values of social change, sustainability and wellbeing can connect and inspire each other.’ The hostel is a non-profit social enterprise. We plan to reinvest any surplus to offer people who do Read more [...]

  • Northcliffe Allotments Community Garden

    We are an allotment society in Shipley, West Yorkshire, currently developing a community garden.  We receive a Greggs Foundation Environment Grant which is really helping us to develop the site. Find out more or even apply for a plot at http://northcliffe.btck.co.uk/

  • Access Dorset Courtyard Garden

    Access Dorset is a registered charity organised and ran by disabled people, older people and carers. We have created a vibrant community resource at The Bridge in Bournemouth where we and our partners deliver a combination of diverse activities focused on tackling isolation and exclusion; promote independence and equality; empower people Read more [...]

  • Community Orchard

    To create a community orchard within our community woodland.  Hoping to plant UK indigenous fruit varieties. The project is supported by the Greggs Foundation.

  • Greening the Range – A Blooming Community

    We are a Residents’ Association covering 400 households, who initiated a project called Blooming Community 6 years ago.  We have installed planters on the streets, planted fruit trees in the community, hold regular litter picks and improve links between our community and the council and police. We hold an annual Read more [...]

  • Playground Peddlers

    There are so many old bikes in the back of sheds and garages that can be brought back into use. Too good to throw out but no longer of use to the owner. The bikes will be used in a number ways. The best bikes will be sold to fund Read more [...]

  • Sefton Sea Cadets

    We are looking to restore and maintain a memorial garden alongside the Leeds/Liverpool canal where our sea cadets unit is based. This memorial garden is to commemorate an ex marine cadet who was killed in action during the Gulf war. In addition to this we are looking at increasing the Read more [...]

  • Bats, birds and bugs

    We will work with the general community and ASGMA specifically to hold a couple of habitat making days within the park and then install the habitats within Victoria Park, Stretford. We will make 30 bird boxes, 10 bat boxes, 10 bug boxes and repair our bug hotel. We will install new bird feeders in Read more [...]

  • Community gardening for All

    We have a gardening club we wish to further advertise it to spread it to all the community. We will be using an expert gardener to offer professional advice and tips, we will use him as session worker on a monthly basis to go through giving us tips and advice Read more [...]

  • CEED – Gardening Skills for Young People

    Volunteering opportunities for young people, aged 11 to 16 years, to improve the physical environment of Roker Park, through activities including vegetation management and plant propagation. Young people will be taught a range of practical skills, providing them with a wide variety of skills and knowledge. CEED is delivering this Read more [...]

  • Earth Moves Cooperative

    Earth Moves offers educational and transformational experiences and events. We are a cooperative who adhere to cooperative ethics and principles. We advocate holistic, self-empowered and creative ways of engagement, healing, conflict resolution and enhanced understanding. We believe that arts, well-being activities, nature immersion and horticulture are life-enhancing for the individual, Read more [...]

  • GrowN22

    Grow N22 exists to transform unlikely, disused and neglected spaces across Haringey into vibrant community gardens and growing spaces made for and by local people. We’re currently running  projects in and around Wood Green: Westbury Banks Nature Reserve Green Rooms Garden Noel Park Green Spaces St Mungos and a project Read more [...]

  • Monmouth Park Orchard

    Monmouth Park is very much a blank canvass, an open green space. Although there are some trees in the park, much more can be done to make it more enjoyable and environmentally friendly for park users and local residents. At the moment the park is very much a cut through. Read more [...]

  • Hop Planting at Brixton Windmill

    We invite volunteers to join us preparing to plant Prima Donna (First Gold) hops along the fence behind Brixton Windmill. Tasks include: digging deep holes, filling with well-rotted organic matter and planting bare root hops. For those not so able to do sustained heavy digging we will be tidying up Read more [...]

  • Reddy lane Market Garden

    Reddy Lane’s stall on Levenshulme Market and veg box scheme is one of only a few outlets for locally grown organic veg in Manchester. It is the only one where you can meet the growers, and all the income goes directly to cover farm costs and pay their wages. This Read more [...]

  • Refill London

    Refill London is about tackling plastic pollution as well as championing our delicious tap water. Our mission is to make Refill London HUGE, to do this we need YOU to help us sign up as many Refill Stations as possible – making refill culture as easy and normal as possible. Read more [...]

  • Westbury Banks Nature Reserve

    The Westbury Banks Nature Reserve is located on Westbury Avenue N22, a short walk from Turnpike Lane tube station. The site where the Westbury Banks Nature Reserve was derelict land and was a flytipping hotspot. In April 2017, GrowN22 began planning activities to cleanse the site of litter, glass and Read more [...]

  • Trinity Academy going green!

    This year our academy has a strong focus on recycling, composting and becoming a greener academy! We will also post about our Trinity Farm. All of our students are always interested to get involved with our outdoor projects across the full campus, especially with our lovely farm animals!

  • Cultivation Street

    I work for a not for profit organisation called Cultivation Street, the founder being the Love your Garden gardener David Domoney. Cultivation Street was set up to primarily support community gardens – whether that be a community groups, school garden or even individual projects. Although the main attraction to Cultivation Read more [...]

  • Rooted in Hull

    Rooted in Hull (RiH) is an innovative Urban Agriculture Project currently being developed on St Peter’s Street in the centre of Hull. Working in partnership with local business, RiH has take over a vacant development site and with the help of a broad coalition of community groups, local and national Read more [...]

  • #2minutelitterpick

    We want to branch out and create ‘green’ litter pick boards that are as successful as our existing blue #2minutebeachclean boards. They have proven to reduce litter from beaches by 61% in a recent trial.  Our #2minutelitterpick boards will be positioned inland in local parks, forests and moorlands.  3 x green Read more [...]

  • New Malden Garden Taskforce

    New Malden Garden Taskforce is a way for gardeners to get together and tackle big projects in a group together. Are you interested in joining New Malden’s newest task force. We are looking for energetic team of local volunteers where needed to brighten our town? Facebook Group: New Malden Garden Taskforce

  • Wassailing in St Laurence Orchard!

    By popular demand, Trust Links are moving Wassailing to Sunday 28 January at  14:00-15:30 at St Laurence Orchard. Come and wake the trees up for the Spring in historic St Laurence Orchard, located in  Eastwoodbury Lane (at the junction with St. Laurence Way), Southend-on-Sea Sample the spiced apple juice, join Read more [...]

  • South East Essex Seed Share!

    South East Essex Organic Gardeners in partnership with Trust Links and Southend in Transition SATURDAY, 24th FEBRUARY 10:00 -14:00 Corner of Fairfax Drive and Prittlewell Chase Admission FREE – Refreshments and much more Take some freebies home. Bring your seeds to swap or donate to our seed bank. Get surprised Read more [...]

  • MCF Bulk Buster

    MCF collect old bikes and wheelchairs, and use them for vocational maintenance training for hundreds of people in prisons and the community. Some restored bikes are sold at affordable prices in MCF Community Bikerys, but most are donated through partner organisations to disadvantaged people locally and around the world.  Over our first five years, MCF Read more [...]

  • Project Kingfisher

    We are pleased to announce our new Education Project funded by the Greggs Foundation. It has been said that we learn to love nature as children but then commit to respecting and protecting it later in life. Therefore to protect our rivers for future generations, we need to ensure children today Read more [...]

  • The Friends of Bassleton Beck

    Bassleton Beck sits between two large communities in the Borough of Stockton on Tees: Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick. It has footpath access to it and along part of its length. This is potentially an ideal spot to walk dogs, enjoy the outdoors, for children to play, and to learn about Read more [...]

  • Butterfly Project at Whickham Hermitage Garden

    The Butterfly Project – helping restore nature’s balance!  The Butterfly Project is an ambitious, long-term scheme for Whickham Hermitage Community Garden. We’re building a series of greenhouses, or igloo pods, for native butterflies, ladybirds and other beneficial insects – natural plant pollinators which are currently in decline throughout the world. Read more [...]

  • Mobile Home (Community Gardening)

    Mobile Home is a lottery funded community project working in five areas of Preston and the South Ribble. We are aiming to establish a community gardening group in each area. If you would like to join us for regular gardening sessions, workshops and training, please get in touch. Helen Thompson: Read more [...]

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