Showing Projects 251-300 of 481
  • London Community Neighbourhood Co-operative (LCNC)

    Pioneering Urban Living London Community Neighbourhood Co-operative (LCNC) is an innovative urban project who are making a positive difference. With increasing climate challenges, breakdown of communities and financial insecurity, LCNC is committed to being part of the solution. LCNC plans to create a community run, low tech, flexible model for Read more [...]

  • Friends of Mayow Park

    Mayow Park is a public park. We are a Friends of Park group that works with Lewisham Council and the park contractors to ensure the park is a well-used, safe space for all members of the community. We are all volunteers. Our voluntary activities include food growing. We started an Read more [...]

  • L8 Living Sustainably

    L8 Living Sustainably is an initiative in Toxteth, Liverpool to promote local food growing, energy generation and to educate people on the impact of climate change and the measures they can take to improve their lives. The five year project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund’s ‘Communities Living Sustainably’ Read more [...]

  • Cody Cultivators

    EVERY WEDNESDAY, 10 – 4pm Cody Cultivators is a weekly open community gathering to celebrate and explore existing and new possibilities for the Sensory Garden at Cody Dock, bringing these ideas to life to build a sustainable environment for all to enjoy. Cody Cultivators activities will be varied from week Read more [...]

  • Transition in Kings

    Transition Town created in order to build community and steer Kings Langley toward a more resilient, carbon neutral future.  Last year we received £500 from Grass Roots Giving towards our local Food Growing Project.  We also have an Energy Co-operative called www.guceltd.org    

  • Commonside Community Clean-up

    We will be clearing an area to the rear and side of the community centre wher rubbish and garden debris has previously been dumped. Planting bulbs in smaller suitable areas and partitioning off this rea and preparing the soild to grow food and bee and butterfly-friendly flowers. We will be Read more [...]

  • Friends of Albion Millennium Green

    Albion Millennium Green is a small open space, which runs between the end of Albion Villas Road and the railway line between Forest Hill and Sydenham. This former tennis club site has developed into a small urban woodland, with meadow areas and a small pond and a range of woodland Read more [...]

  • Dorney Vegetable Garden

    Dorney Community Garden is the first resident-led project in a north London council tower block. We have transformed empty council land surrounding the tower into a very successful community garden.  The tower’s population is a rich mix of nationalities, cultures, families, pensioners and people with physical and mental health disabilities. Read more [...]

  • Grow a Grower

    With abundant experience in the field, Farnham Local Food is now looking to share its food-growing skills with the wider community. Not only are we growing vegetables, we are also growing growers! We already have a consolidated team of volunteers behind us so our next step is to train our Read more [...]

  • Foundling Food Space

    Foundling Food Space is a community garden for residents of Foundling Court at the Brunswick Centre. The garden is located on the second floor podium of the estate, which forms the roof of the Bruswick shops. It’s a huge paved area, with very little green. The garden provides a place Read more [...]

  • ecoACTIVE

    EcoACTIVE is an innovative environmental education charity with a reputation for using hands-on, practical and fun approaches to explore complex issues of sustainability. We create eye-opening experiences for children and adults alike, working with schools and the wider community to develop their understanding of the world around them and give Read more [...]

  • Cambuslang Allotment Gardens

    Cambuslang Allotment Gardens have managed to get the use of some land for community plots in Halfway. We have developed an extensive raised bed area and polytunnel where members can rent beds at a very low rate to grow their own fruit, veg & herbs . We would love to Read more [...]

  • Alara EcoPark Compost Hub

    The EcoPark Compost Hub is a stable, secure space from which Camden and central London residents and organisations now have the opportunity to collect their own free compost during daylight hours.  The compost is made at the LondonWaste EcoPark from your food and garden waste.  Bring some strong sacks or containers, Read more [...]

  • Olswang Green Seed Fund

    ***THE GREEN SEED FUND IS NOW CLOSED FOR APPLICATIONS*** Welcome to the Olswang Green Seed Fund application page! To apply for the fund click here. Olswang is a pioneering law firm with a distinctive approach to business and an engaging culture. We understand that the success of our business relies on Read more [...]

  • Keats Community Organics

    Keats Community Organics is an Organically Certified urban farm in South London, offering the local community easy access to ultra local organic vegetables and space to grow their own, as well as workshops, courses, apprenticeships and horticultural therapy.  At Keats Community Organics our mission is to create a more resilient Read more [...]

  • Squared Root

    Squared Root works closely with communities to develop bespoke solutions, depending on their needs and aspirations. Sustainable communities are those that meet the diverse needs of existing and future residents, their children and other users, contribute to a high quality of life and provide opportunity and choice. They can achieve Read more [...]

  • Forest Farm Peace Garden

    Forest Farm Peace Garden is a unique environment and mental health project. Our garden on the edge of London has become an oasis of beauty and tranquility offering an inspiring and welcoming space for people to connect with the therapeutic value of nature. We provide nature-based ecotherapy activities for people Read more [...]

  • Environmental Camp Volunteers

    Over The Wall is a national UK children’s charity and a member of the international SeriousFun Children’s Network. We provide free of charge Therapeutic Recreation camps to help children with life-limiting illnesses and their families, reach beyond the perceived limitations of illness to rediscover a whole new world of possibilities. Read more [...]

  • Mother Goose Wildlife Garden

    Mother Goose Wildlife Garden is a lovely ecologically friendly garden run for the benefit of the local community and the attached Mother Goose Nursery children.  We are situated adjacent to Greendale Fields, a Metropolitan Open Space, and run a programme of outdoor community events, environmental activities for children, Forest School Read more [...]

  • The Inkpot

    The Inkpot is an 18 acre field in South Lincs that is being regenerated from a conventionally managed arable field into a permaculture demonstration farm. We run courses, produce good food, have volunteer and open days.

  • Battersea Community Forum

    Battersea Community Forum is an informal group that meets quarterly, at various venues, and is open to anyone living and working in Battersea. VISION Our vision is for Battersea community members to work together in partnership as an active ‘Voice for Battersea.’ MISSION The Forum provides an opportunity for members Read more [...]

  • Gardening for Health

    Links community food growing with National Health Service initiatives. The partners in the project are Leatside Surgery and the Faculty of Health, Education and Society at the University of Plymouth, supported by School Farm, Dartington andTransition Town Totnes. South Hams District Council has licensed to the Totnes Trust (TT), the Read more [...]

  • Tamworth Farm Allotment Improvements

    The Tamworth Farm Allotment Society (TFAS) invite you and it’s members to a series of events aimed at improving the allotment sites and local surrounding grounds. TFAS has a recently elected (late 2013) committee that brings a renewed energy to the society and has set it’s sights high on benefiting the local community and all Read more [...]

  • Henbant

    Croeso Henbant Henbant has meadows, pasture, woodland, lakes and stunning views of both sea and mountain. We grow veg, meat, eggs and hopefully soon milk, but on a small and sustainable human scale that will provide food and fuel for visitors to the farm and the local community. As well Read more [...]

  • The Tree life Centre

    The Tree Life Centre is a community tree nursery which grows native trees and shrubs, windflowers and a range of different fruit trees. Volunteers from many different backgrounds help to look after the nursery and to care for the plants

  • Food Growing Schools London

    The FGS:L project is led by Garden Organic and will work with partners to strengthen and build upon existing activity to support all schools in London to fully embed food growing into school life.  The ultimate aim is to demonstrate how every school and the community it serves can benefit Read more [...]

  • St Nicks

    St Nicks is York’s leading organisation promoting sustainable living. We started by transforming a former landfill site into a thriving Local Nature Reserve. We continue to manage it for the benefit of both wildlife and our visitors with the help of over 100 volunteers. We are based at York Environment Read more [...]

  • Permaculture magazine

    Permaculture magazine – practical solutions for self-reliance, is a quarterly publication, sharing inspiring, practical and useful articles and advice to living a more sustainable, healthy, happy and self reliant lifestyle.

  • Edibles

    Edibles is a permaculture education and demonstration project – part of the Permaculture Association’s LAND network. We run courses, organise permaculture tours, grow food, have a  cowshed venue/classroom for hire and teach 2 GCSE level courses in permaculture at our local high school. 

  • Eden at St Paul’s Community Garden

    The Eden Community Garden was created in 2000 from a piece of disused land. It is now a peaceful, inner-city green space where people can sit or play. Eden maintains a sustainable habitat for wildlife and promotes recycling and bio-diversity by gardening organically. It has a number of raised beds Read more [...]

  • Growing Together

    Growing Together brings people together to “grow their own” through sharing land, gardens, skills and knowledge. By working together shared growing spaces can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of age or ability.

  • Alara Permaculture Garden

    Alara’s Permaculture Garden  Many days ago there was a dark and dingy dump, desecrated with detritus and dirty discards; dangerous and diseased.  We laboured and lugged, lifted lots of logs, let in the light, lured laughter to the land.   People prepared and planted pears and pomegranates, peaches, peas and Read more [...]

  • Herts & Essex Community Farm

    Herts & Essex Community Farm is a non for profit project in High Wych, Sawbridgeworth which is on the Hertfordshire and Essex border, near Harlow Town. We have found suitable land for the community farm to be started on which is in High Wych, Sawbridgeworth. We are looking at different Read more [...]

  • Calyx Films by the Sea

    Calyx Films by the Sea Our mission is to share knowledge about living more sustainable lives. We’d love for you to come and see the Pines Calyx – Europe’s first zero-carbon event space and join us for an informal gathering to watch a film, eat some popcorn and perhaps have Read more [...]

  • Miriam Lodge Hostel kitchen Gardens & Chickens

    A 125 bed Hostel in the heart of Forest Hill.  It is a ‘dry’ hostel meaning residents cannot drink onsite.  A new kitchen garden and chicken project in Spring 2014  for residents to produce their own food, learn new skills and gain some self confidence. 

  • New Roots

    What is the project all about? The project aims to reduce re-offending by giving ex-offenders and young people who are at risk of offending the opportunities to gain new skills in the wildlife conservation sector. The Key Features of the Project: The project will give participants the opportunity to take Read more [...]

  • Joe Richards House Food Growing Project

    Joe Richards House in Peckham supports men experiencing alcohol and substance misuse issues. The aim of the food growing project we developing in their extensive outdoor space is to engage and empower the residents of Joe Richards House through food growing while also creating a calming and therapeutic outdoor space.  Read more [...]

  • Gorgeous Gorse Hill

    The Gorgeous Gorse Hill project is part of the Gorse Hill Community Action Group (GHCAG). We are a group of local residents, who are working together to try and improve the local area for all – quite simply to make it gorgeous! Gorse Hill is a suburb of Manchester. Within Read more [...]

  • Stratford Community Garden

    A 1 acre community Garden in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon. We have shared allotments, bees, rescue hens, a Permaculture zone and an accessible sensory garden. Volunteers join us at 2:30pm on Sunday afternoons, regular volunteers share the produce we grow. Email me (James): james@nettlesoup.co.uk for more details.

  • Bright ‘n’ Green

    The Bright ‘n’ Green Project comprises a programme of activities to harness the collective power of the 21,500 student members of Brighton Students’ Union (BSU) as Green Champions for Change. The central theme of Bright ‘n’ Green is enabling students to become positive agents of change, both at the University, in their Read more [...]

  • Wandle Park Community Garden

    The Wandle Park Community Garden is a new growing space for local people to come and get involved gardening. The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the Wandle Park regeneration project, and is looking for people, local or otherwise, to get involved. The project will Read more [...]

  • Green Engineers

    Re-using materials to deliver green projects.Green roofs, water butts, reed beds, garden sheds and raised beds. Re-using materials allows us to maximise the environmental benefit of green schemes at a very affordable price. 

  • Medway Master Gardeners

    Medway Master Gardeners are volunteers with food growing experience who help households get started with growing their own veg and fruit. A Garden Organic project, we are a partnership with Medway Public Health.

  • Paradise Park Food Forest

    Paradise Park Food Forest  Proposed by Steve Asbury 31.12.2013 Where is the “Food Forest” in Your Neighborhood?  By: Paul Clarke  Community supported agricultural initiatives are a great way to build interpersonal bonds and provide a valuable service simultaneously. That said, food forests may be the next evolution and so far, Read more [...]

Showing Projects 251-300 of 481