Showing Projects 101-150 of 351
  • Filton Community Garden

    Filton Community Garden was created in July 2013.  The aim of the project was to create a space for residents of Filton and the wider community where they could relax in a garden setting and enjoy the flowers and wildlife. The original project was a simple plan with a podium Read more [...]

  • Shildon Alive

    Guerrilla gardening We are tidying and planting in our local park over the coming months, plants and seating ordered and our school children are raring to go

  • Holland Park Conservation Volunteers

    Conservation Volunteering The Ecology Service offers the opportunity to help us carry out practical conservation work in Holland Park through conservation workdays every third Saturday of the month. Hundreds of hours of volunteer work have been given to improve our wildlife areas. Tasks range from meadow cutting, building dead-hedges, pond Read more [...]

  • Nurtured By Nature

    Nurtured By Nature is run by Montgomeryshire Wildlife  Trust  and is a supported volunteering opportunity that gives young people and adults of all backgrounds and abilities a chance to try new things, meet new friends, learn new skills and make  our local green spaces better  for people and wildlife. Our friendly weekly sessions are held Read more [...]

  • Shift Bristol

    Shift Bristol runs a 1 year Practical Sustainability Course and various short courses, workshops and events. Our courses are hands on, collaborative and innovative, They explore ways in which we can live constructively and productively and make positive change in the world. 

  • New River Network

    The New River Network is a collection of community groups brought together by CleanupUK and Thames21 to look after this waterway and footpath owned by Thames Water. The New River Network covers 3 London boroughs (Enfield, Haringey and Hackney) and it’s aims are to keep the New River and path free from Read more [...]

  • The Cornfield

    The Cornfield site is an underused patch of land situated between the communities of Millburn and Ballysally in Coleraine. The local communities will be directly involved in wild flower sowing and growing, and will create beautiful sensory gardens in which to wander, grow their own veg, provide outdoor classroom space Read more [...]

  • Friends of Queenscroft Park

    A group of local residents looking to protect and improve Queenscroft Park in Eltham. Currently planting wild flower seeds, organising regular litter picks and we’ll be holding a community fun event in the park on Saturday 16 July.

  • CLEAN-UP ON THE CHALK

    Sunday, 12th June, 2016   10.30am to 4pm Hutchinson’s Bank Nature Reserve is a very special London green space, comprising chalk grassland which is managed by London Wildlife Trust. Known for over 30 species of butterfly including the Small Blue, Grizzled skipper, Dark green fritillary, it also supports wild orchids, greater Read more [...]

  • Pretty-up the Parks!

    Lavender Road has two communal gardens (spaces open to the public) that are in need of renovation. Specifically: repairing and improving planters, benches, turf, raised flower beds, and the plants. These two gardens boast a beautiful aspect, adjoined to Lavender Pond Nature Reserve. We’ll be partnering with a local charity Read more [...]

  • The Wellside

    The Wellside is a project which seeks to bring people together to love and serve their community here in Tottenham. Through youth activities, special events and partnership with other groups which share our values we are keen to build community, and to empower those who live, work and worship locally. Read more [...]

  • Loving Where We Live

    Plumstead Common Environment Group are cleaning up the beautiful and diverse area of Plumstead Common in a BIG way. As part of the Capital Clean-up campaign we have chosen to make a difference to the environment during the months of May and June by removing litter and rubbish that have Read more [...]

  • Cob in the Community

    London’s leading cob building experts, enthusiasts and educational specialists. Working with London clay and communities in schools, growing and community groups since 2008.  Projects include: Sculpted areas at Vauxhall City Farm, St Joseph’s School Archway Cob and straw bale community building at Meadow Orchard, Crouch End Heated benches at Transition Heathrow, in Read more [...]

  • The Urb Farm

    Growing People is a charity and horticultural social enterprise based on Wolverton’s Urb Farm where the small team of staff work with disengaged young people and volunteers to grow food for the local community. The 2.5 acres of land in the heart of residential Wolverton has been managed by the Read more [...]

  • Transition Worthing Greenspaces

    Transition Town Worthing have been given the opportunity to create local food gardens in Worthing Town Centre and we are currently working on The Haven to create free fruit and veg for those who need it (like Incredible Edible) as well as enhancing this lovely spot in the park with Read more [...]

  • V.I.P ( Veg In the Park )

    A disused bowling green in Waterhead park,which has been transformed into a large community growing hub as part of the “Get Oldham Growing ” project. Veg in the park is run by local resident,  We are not a allotment and everything we grow we sell and all money goes back Read more [...]

  • PopFarm

    PopFarm is a community growing space at PopBrixton. It launches in spring of 2016, and aims to provide free education and community engagement in its gardens, and in those of local schools and community organisations. We will be growing food for the caterers on site, and supporting people into employment Read more [...]

  • Earthworm Watch

    Earthworm Watch aims to improve knowledge of how humans affect earthworms and how this influences soil health. Data collection for the project has now finished but you can visit our website for results and survey materials are still available for use. The survey should take under an hour and involves Read more [...]

  • Coin Street Gorgeous Garden

    Meet local people, grow herbs, flowers and vegetables. Enjoy more time outside and help bring your community garden to life. No previous experience needed. Just turn up! For more information contact Natalie on 020 7021 1600 or n.mady@coinstreet.org

  • Literalley Urban Regeneration

    LITTERALLEY is an exciting new urban regeneration project in the heart of East London. A partnership between Wayward landscape architects, The Whitechapel Gallery and Providence Row, together we will reimagine and transform the disused alley in to an enchanting public library with a long bookshelf of cast concrete books, seating Read more [...]

  • Friends of Kings Norton Nature Reserve

    The Friends of Kings Norton Local Nature Reserve (FKNNR) act as an informal pressure group to lobby for environmental improvements in and about the reserve, with a weekly working party on site (the Tuesday WorkOut) to manage the Reserve to increase biodiversity and habitats and to enhance its value for Read more [...]

  • Mill Lane Gardening Project

    Tucked away behind West Hampstead’s high street, Mill Lane Garden Centre is a social enterprise offering training and job opportunities for local people with disabilities. During the week, the project is used by adults with learning disabilities who attend to relax and learn in a natural and secure environment, improve Read more [...]

  • The Camden Society

    The Camden Society; supporting people with disabilities to live the lives they choose; we believe that people with disabilities have the same human value and rights as everybody else. The Camden Society was set up in the 1960’s by parents of children and adults with learning disabilities to campaign & Read more [...]

  • The Harringay Slopes

    A thin strip of land, (approximately 25 x 200m) runs from the Barking-Gospel Oak railway line to a suburban cul-de-sac, on land originally behind the Harringay Arena greyhound stadium. Covered in weeds, litter and thorns, the site lies behind a warehouse where we live and work. Over the last 5 Read more [...]

  • Bethnal Green Nature Reserve

    The Bethnal Green Nature Reserve has just been awarded a Mishcon grant to develop a wetland habitat. A new series of interconnecting ponds will harbour a rich collection of indigenous and medicinal aquatic plants, providing a home for an existing toad and newt population. Bethnal Green Nature Reserve – site Read more [...]

  • Marischal Road SE13

    We were a small group of residents fed up with the major problems of fly-tipping, rubbish dumping and general neglect on our street.  Thanks to a poster campaign we are now a much larger group with the shared aims of making the street a cleaner, greener and safer place for Read more [...]

  • The Big Green Passage Project

    The Harringay Passage is an alley/footpath that cuts through a residential neighbourhood surrounded by busy roads. After years of neglect and regularly being used for fly tipping, dog toilet, muggings, and other unsavory activities, in 2013 we formed a Friends group to clean up the Passage. We are a group Read more [...]

  • 21st Century Gardener’s Project

    At Swiss Cottage School, we are committed to working with our learners to ensure that they develop lifeskills. Our special education needs learners aged 2-19 do not follow the traditional curriculum (ie, no GCSE accreditation) or the p-scale. We have developed our own curriculum for children with moderate learning difficulties. Read more [...]

  • Community by Design

    Community by Design (CbD) is a not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to delivering projects that combine social, environmental and economic outcomes. We develop creative solutions that contribute to the global movement towards greater empowerment, decentralisation and resilience To date, its successful track record spans community arts, engagement, health and wellbeing (Creative Read more [...]

  • Urban Wild Places

    We encourage urban communities to grow wild and play outdoors – no matter what age you are – and inspire communities through nature in their neighbourhood. Through our partnership with 13 community hubs and Islington Council, we create community-based gardens and offer educational programmes in urban gardening, wildlife, and the Read more [...]

  • West Hampstead Green Gym

    The West Hampstead Green Gym is a group of volunteers who run a weekly practical conservation and gardening session on Fridays. We currently run sessions at 3 locations; Mill Lane Open Space, Minster Road Nature Reserve and Westbere Copse Local Nature Reserve. Our aims are to… Improve the health and Read more [...]

  • Growing Health

    Growing Health is a national project run by Garden Organic and Sustain to see how community food growing can be routinely used by the health and social care services as a way of promoting health and wellbeing.

  • Pritchard + Ure

    Camden Garden Centre has been a proud fixture of the local Camden community for over 30 years. Recently we added an excellent cafe to our business called Pritchard &Ure. Named after 2 members of our charity’s board it is located on the gallery level ofour historic Victorian building. The space is Read more [...]

  • TCV Whitehall Green Gym (Bromley)

    Whitehall Green Gym is a fun and innovative way to get fit and active, improve your health and make a positive impact upon your local green space and environment. Sessions are held every Monday from 10:45am until 2pm, meeting at Southlands Road entrance (opposite Baths road). With activities to suit Read more [...]

  • Dartford junior parkrun

    junior parkrun is a series of 2km runs for children aged between 4 and 14. They are held in areas of open space around the UK.  They are open to all, free, and are safe and easy to take part in. This project will bring a junior parkrun event to Read more [...]

  • Grassroot giving

    Bromley Green Gym has been shortlisted in Skipton’s Grassroots Giving 2015. Please help us secure funding for our new willow dome. Read the link and vote for us. https://www.skiptongrg.co.uk/apply-for-funding/2015-shortlisted-groups/london/p-bromley-green-gym/

  • Apple Donation Drive

    It’s apple harvest time and we’re inviting you to trade in your apples for cider! It’s simple to do, you just need to bring your apples to the Hawkes Ciderhouse (Arch 361, Winchelsea Road, London, E7 0AQ), the team will weigh your donated apples and give you a percentage of cider Read more [...]

  • North West Kent Countryside Partnership

    The North West Kent Countryside Partnership works throughout the boroughs of Bexley, Sevenoaks, Dartford and Gravesham on a wide variety of community conservation projects. Our Partnership has four main strands of work: Landscape & Biodiversity Education & Learning Community-based Initiatives Health & Access We have a large volunteer team who Read more [...]

  • Sunnyside Community Gardens

    Welcome to Sunnyside Community Gardens. We are the community gardens in the Archway area of Islington, run by the community. We specialise in therapeutic horticulture for people with physical and mental disabilities, but the gardens are open for all to use and enjoy. The gardening is done by a dedicated Read more [...]

Showing Projects 101-150 of 351