Showing Projects 1101-1150 of 1173
  • Garden Museum

    The Museum was set up in 1977 in order to rescue from demolition the abandoned ancient church of St Mary’s which is the burial place of John Tradescant (c1570 – 1638), the first great gardener and plant-hunter in British history. His magnificent and enigmatic tomb is the centrepiece of a Read more [...]

  • TRAID Education

    TRAID educates people of all ages about the impacts of clothes on people and the environment, and gives people the tools to make more sustainable choices. We do this by working with over 10,000 people of all ages annually delivering practical workshops, talks, lectures, events, seminars and assemblies.  TRAID delivers Read more [...]

  • Hammersmith Community Gardens Association

    Hammersmith Community Gardens Association is a local environmental charity set up in 1984. We manage four community gardens in Hammersmith and Fulham.  HCGA has a range of projects which include conservation training schemes, volunteer gardening sessions, environmental playschemes and environmental education in local schools.  We assist local groups in the Read more [...]

  • GrowCookEat at Commonwork

    The GrowCookEat project at Commonwork, a Soil Association registered farm, enables schools, community groups and individuals to reconnect with where food comes from. Learn how to enjoy local, healthy, sustainable and affordable food. A Local Food funded project.

  • Cordwainers Garden

    We have claimed some disused land belonging to the London College of Fashion in Mare St. Since January 2011 we have built 16 small raised beds for local people and staff and students from the college to grow fruit and vegetables. We are also growing dye plants, medicinal herbs, flowers Read more [...]

  • Peterborough in Transition

    An independent Peterborough group seeking to find local, community-led responses to the challenges of climate change, peak oil and economic instability. Our vision is a resilient, sustainable, happy Peterborough. We meet to share food and plan activities and projects at 6pm on the third Thursday of each month, either in Read more [...]

  • Greeniversity – National Skill Share Platform

    Greeniversity is a national green skill share initiative that gives people the opportunity to teach and learn everything from bee-keeping to bike maintenance through free sessions, helping to create sustainable communities for the future. In a nutshell, Greeniversity helps people get together to share practical eco skills and information. Whether Read more [...]

  • Garden at Edge Hill Station

    This is a call out for volunteers to join our community garden project. A magical railway garden based at Metal at Edge Hill Station. Suggested weekly activities: Tending to raised beds / Planting / Sowing seeds / Making and maintaining seating area / Weeding / Watering and much more Support/Training Provided: We Read more [...]

  • Sutton in Transition

    Sutton in Transition. A Transition group based in the London Borough of Sutton.  Please contact us if you have any ideas for making the Borough a more resilient, sustainable, peaceable place to live.  Alternately if you would like to meet up and just talk over the issues then we wold Read more [...]

  • Transition Belsize

    Transition Belsize is part of the Transition Town movement rapidly growing around the UK and the world aiming to create a network of vibrant local communities which actively address the challenges of a changing climate, preparing for a future with less oil and strengthening the fragility of our economic systems. Read more [...]

  • Magnificent Revolution

    Magnificent Revolution (MR) is a not-for-profit education project based in London. Made up of artists, musicians, designers, ecologists, and engineers, MR has flourished into a cross-disciplinary organisation working in education, ecology, engineering, design, art, music and film.

  • Greenwich CDA

    <P>Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency (GCDA) provides intensive support to communities that become active in solving their own difficulties. Controlled by a voluntary management committee representative of local organisations and social enterprises, we employ 11 staff with many years of expertise in their individual fields.</P> <P>Our services are free to beneficiaries Read more [...]

  • The Edible Bus Stop ®

    The Edible Bus Stop® (EBS) is a London based award winning collective, comprising of landscape architects, garden designers, horticulturists, artists and activists.  The core of our ethos, is the belief that a brutal landscape makes for a brutal outlook, and that by taking responsibility for our urban environment, we can Read more [...]

  • Streatham Common Community Garden

    Streatham Common Community Garden, run by a group of local volunteers, is situated in a historic walled garden site next to the Rookery. It’s thought the site has been used for gardening for more than 200 years, but had been unused for several years and had fallen into a state Read more [...]

  • Friends of Everton Park

    The Friends of Everton Park is part of the family of Parks Friends Groups in Liverpool, which actively contribute to the improvement, management and upkeep of their local parks.  Everton Park is close to Liverpool city centre and offers amazing views over the city, the docks, the river and the sea. Though a modern Read more [...]

  • Friends of Highlands Gardens

    Highlands Gardens is a public garden in New Barnet, London Borough of Barnet.  We take an interest in the gardens, do a bit of work (weeding, planting bulbs, picking up litter, clearing the stream bed etc), advise the council on running the gardens, apply for grants that the council can’t Read more [...]

  • Tooting Community Garden

    Tooting Community Garden is a Transition Town Tooting project.  The garden provides a space for local people to learn and practise sustainable food production. More than just a vegetable garden, this previously unused space has undergone a transformation to become a green space enjoyed by many in the community – Read more [...]

  • Abundance Wimbledon

    ABUNDANCE FRUIT DAY – Sat 20th Sept 11am-2pm Wimbledon has lots of fruit trees around in gardens and public places, but every year much of the fruit goes to waste. Our aim is to help people harvest the fruit and use this wonderful free food. We’ll be selling jams, jellies, Read more [...]

  • Friends of Sudley Estate

    We want to bring Sudley’s Walled Garden back into productive use. We want to create a 21st Century version of the original. We’re finding out about its past to inform its future. We need people to join in.

  • BeeUrban-The Hive

    Bee Urban is a beekeeping and environmental education, community project based at The Hive in Kennington Park. We moved from our space at Kennington Lodge to a new site in 2015 and have created a forest garden of herbs,fruit and vegetables and ornamentals in an unused corner of the park. Read more [...]

  • Permaculture Kids Club

    A nature club for kids in and around Lewisham using the principles of Permaculture.  Fun ways to work with nature and people! Ruth, Suriya and friends. Contact us if you wish to find out more! or here on Project Dirt

  • RBKC Kitchen Gardens

    The RBKC Kitchen Gardens are growing spaces provided for residents to grow our own fruit and vegetable. There is support and training for plot holders, public events and trips to inspiring farms and gardens. Join up to be alerted to news and events in Kensington and Chelsea. You’ll find discussions Read more [...]

  • Green Gym (BTCV)

    The Green Gym is a new and innovative way to get physically active, and make a difference to your local environment. It’s free and easy to join in and to find your nearest Green Gym

  • Cowley Food Farm

    At the heart of Cowley Estate is a food growing project which was started by Annie Gallop in 2010. The project has become a valued community hub on the Estate and built valued links with our neighbourhood growers in Vassall and beyond

  • Sow Good Garden

    A community allotment and garden run in partnership between The Conservation Volunteers, The Badminton Centre, local childrens centres, and the Childrens Healthy Weight team.  Registered with Capital Growth and the Federation of City Farms and Gardens.  Funded by Hounslow Innovation Funding to bring the community together See our up and coming Read more [...]

  • Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA)

    Join a network of hundreds of Camden businesses to access resources, tools and the know-how to help your organisation reduce its environmental impact and costs. The Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) is a trusted not-for-profit membership network founded by the London Borough of Camden in 2008. We bring together businesses, Read more [...]

  • Eco Archway This group was born in 2010 when a number of North Islington residents got together to lobby MP Jeremy Corbyn as part of the nationwide Stop Climate Chaos Big Climate Connection campaign Since then we have met on more or less monthly basis where we discuss all Read more [...]

  • Liverpool Food People

    Liverpool Food People are a network of food growers, composters, buyers, cooks + eaters passionate about a positive healthy food culture for lovely Liverpool. The LFP is third sector led, with members currently hailing from Food for Thought; healthy school meals caterer, Health Equalities Group, Faiths4Change, Fareshare Merseyside and arts and Read more [...]

  • Spitalfields City Farm

    Spitalfields City Farm is a community farm only a stones throw from the city of London. We are an urban oasis, offering educational and fun activities, skills training, animal sponsorship and volunteer work for local communities and visiting groups.  Education/ Horticulture/ Arts and Crafts/ Volunteering/ Animal Care/ Sustainability.

  • The Doddington Community Roof Garden

      The Doddington Community Roof Garden is a green space for the local community to enjoy and grow flowers, vegetables and fruit. A team of volunteers help open it up every Saturday 10am-1pm and from April-September also on Tuesday 4pm-8pm. For more information contact Louisa on 07964932211.

  • Oasis edible forest gardening project

    We are a forest gardening project situated on a children’s adventure playground. We have already developed several area’s in the garden – but there is still so much to do! As well as gardening based activities we have lots of other things going on – building out of recycled materials (artistic and practical), Read more [...]

  • The Orchard Project

    The Orchard Project aims to create lush cities swathed in fruit and nut trees. We work in partnership with communities to plant, manage, restore and harvest orchards in urban areas to help us all to rediscover the pleasure of eating home-grown fruit. For the first five years, we focused our Read more [...]

  • Girdlestone Gardening Club

    A community group in North Islington. We formed in 2008 to improve the green spaces of the estate, then we were awarded Edible Islington funding and transformed a disused playground into an organic veg plot.

  • Elderwood Green and Growing

    We are a private estate in SE27 looking to lower our carbon footprint. In particular, we are interested in improving insulation and energy efficiency in the estate buildings, composting and growing-our-own in the communal gardens.

  • London Green Drinks

    The original London Green Drinks. We meet every second Tuesday of the month, now at the Pontefract Castle pub, in Marylebone (2 minutes from Bond Street tube station). Join us from 6.30pm. Expect a mixture of professionals, council officers, activists and students from across the capital. If you’re interested in Read more [...]

  • Transition Town Liverpool

    The idea is that a town using less energy and fewer resources could be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than at present. Join in the explore how we can  reduce the impact of climate change and peak resource use on our communities.

  • Urban Green Fair

    A unique family centred festival, run by a Community Interest Company, highlighting environmental issues and providing debate, film, participation, workshops, demonstrations, food, fun and practical cost effective solutions. We are sorry to announce that the Urban Green Fair 2012 has been cancelled. A combination of no external funding and an increase Read more [...]

  • Reduce milk plastic pollution

    Reduce plastic pollution and get rid of milk containers by install milk distributors within Wandsworth common. These distributors could supply fresh milk at any time and to anyone. They will be able to sell glass empty bottle and to top up them.

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