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  • Cultivate London

    Innovative urban farm and social enterprise based across multiple derelict sites in West London. We train unemployed young people in landscaping and horticulture, and produce a range of edible and ornamental plants for sale. We aim to have a long term impact on the lives of young people and change Read more [...]

  • Green Shoots Project

    What is the Green Shoots Project? An independent Community Interest Company focusing on environmental awareness-raising and green business development in the South East of England. Upcoming events: Green Shoots Free Workshop. Friends Centre, Isletta Square, Brighton. Wednesday 5th February 2014. Book here:  http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/green-shoots-workshop-tickets-4900921789 Green Shoots Conferences. Venue TBC. September 2014. Green Shoots Expo Read more [...]

  • Brighton Green Drinks

    A monthly social meet up for anyone involved or interested in environmental issues. If you like people, beer and sustainability, then you should be at the World Famous Green Drinks. All welcome, please spread the word, bring a friend 🙂 Come and enjoy a drink with some like minded people Read more [...]

  • Growhampton

    Growhampton is a sustainability initiative with a big focus on food growing. It was established in September 2013 and is funded by the NUS Student Green Fund. Growhampton is delivered by Roehampton Student’s Union in partnership with the University of Roehampton. Our vision All students and staff at Roehampton embed Read more [...]

  • The Community Farm

    The Community Farm supplies fresh organic fruit and vegetables to homes and businesses in and around Bristol, Bath and the Chew Valley. We are a community-focussed social enterprise – more than 500 local people share ownership of the farm and have a say in how it is run. We provide Read more [...]

  • Easton Community Garden

    We grow vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers collectively and naturally.The garden is a social and learning place for everyone who’d like to grow food.  No previous experience necessary, experienced gardeners welcome too.Tea breaks and a sharing lunch for all. Share the harvest at the end of the day. No membership, Read more [...]

  • Growing in Haringey

    Growing in Haringey is a borough-wide community organisation which aims to increase the production of sustainable and healthy food in Haringey, and supports the network around community gardens, food-growing projects and the community ownership of green spaces.                             Read more [...]

  • Garden of Discovery

    The Garden of Discovery is the transformation of a derelict piece of land into a space that can benefit the whole community. The Garden is designed to be attractive to adults and children, encouraging rest, exploration, free play and care for the environment.

  • TCV Bristol

    We co-ordinate many practical environmental conservation projects within Avon (Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire) offering many opportunities for people to become involved. We offer people opportunities to gain new skills and experiences which in turn allows them to make a positive contribution to their Read more [...]

  • Community Environmental Trust

    The Community Environmental Trust is an environmental charity based in north Birmingham.  The Trust works with local communities to deliver all sorts of environmentally based projects.  Including projects like developing a wild flower meadow where once it was a landfill site, doing conservation volunteering with young adults and helping them Read more [...]

  • Windmill Hill City Farm

    Windmill Hill City Farm is an independent community project situated half a mile south of Bristol city centre. We aim to meet the needs of local people through a wide range of social, environmental, educational, recreational and economic activities.

  • Birmingham Friends of the Earth

    Birmingham Friends of the Earth is the only organisation in Birmingham campaigning on biodiversity, climate change, energy, transport, air quality and waste.  We work to change policy at local and national level for a more sustainable world. We are based in our building The Warehouse and hold regular campaigns meetings Read more [...]

  • Kirkdale Community Gardens

    <P>I’m Terry Reilly, project manager for this scheme. On about a fifth of an acre of land which abuts The Rotunda community college and Stanley Rd., we aim to create a gardens which can be used by the residents of Kirkdale, members, volunteers and users of the college, and indeed anybody who may appreciate Read more [...]

  • Arisaig Wild

    Two cottages under renovation on the West Coast of Scotland. We will eventually let the cottages, have some camping and some cabins to let, but right now we need general help to complete eco-building works such as stud walling and lime plastering, insulation, etc. We can provide a warm room, Read more [...]

  • Moor Nook Community Allotments

    We are a community-led organisation based on the Moor Nook estate in Ribbleton. We have our own community allotment site on the estate and have won Outstanding Level 5 at Britain in Bloom for the last 2 years running. We have 19 individual raised beds for a nominal annual fee, Read more [...]

  • Growing in the City

    Project Aim To provide a community green space for local people to socialise, share existing and learn new skills and grow their own food. This project is based on an Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) approach which considers local assets as primary building blocks of sustainable community building. The approach Read more [...]

  • Transition Town Reading

    Transition is about realising that a more environmentally-friendly and sustainable life can be so much better: healthier, more social, cheaper, less stressful and more enjoyable. Transition Reading is currently involved in projects around draught busting, community orchards, a repair cafe and Transition Streets to bring groups on neighbours closer together Read more [...]

  • Green Corridor – Manor Way Clean Up

    Green Corridor engages disadvantaged young people aged 14-25 through land based learning. In partnership with Ealing Council we are currently turning a disused allotment in to a training space for our young people and a vibrant community growing space. We need volunteers of all ages and abilities to help up bring some Read more [...]

  • Community Composting for Local Food

    Community Composting for Local Food is a project run by the Community Composting Network which delivers accredited training, support and basic start up equipment across England. It’s funded by Big Lottery’s Local Food programme and last year we trained 109 participants from 57 groups on how to source composting materials, Read more [...]

  • Camden Green Gym

    Voluntary conservation work, designed to benefit Camden’s green spaces and to improve the overall fitness and wellbeing of volunteers. We meet at a variety of parks, nature reserves and green spaces in the borough of Camden on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.45am-2pm. All welcome, no booking necessary and free refreshments Read more [...]

  • CookHoods

    CookHoods is the new way to empower home cooks to sell their homemade edible goodies and seasonal produce to their neighbours. We believe in helping to bring neighborhoods closer together through local, diverse food, made from scratch by directly linking producers with consumers.  As a social enterprise and as an Read more [...]

  • Sheffield Food Network

    The Sheffield Food Network is a free, online map of sustainable food in Sheffield: food that’s locally produced, fairly sourced and independently sold. The network shows the shops, cafes and restaurants that sell sustainable food; the farmers, breweries and makers who produce it; and the places where people can grow Read more [...]

  • Great Outdoors Project

    Great Outdoors uses wildflowers and creative nature to improve health and wellbeing in Knowsley. Richer natural greenspaces impact positively on health, most significantly in deprived greenspaces. GO aims to encourage better quality and awareness of healthy greenspace; increase physical activity; improve mental wellbeing; better social relationships; decrease social isolation, volunteering Read more [...]

  • THE FOOD WASTE COLLECTIVE

    We are a Brighton based group that aims to address food waste issues. Our mission statement is simple…  ‘We hate food waste and want to do something about it because we love food…and the planet’ …So lets get together a community of people, it could be organisations already addressing food waste, Read more [...]

  • Streetbank

    Streetbank is a website that makes it easy to see all of the things and skills that your neighbours are willing to share with you.   It was recently listed by the Times as one of the 50 websites you can’t live without. So far, Streetbank members have lent each other Read more [...]

  • Centre for Alternative Technology

    CAT educates for a sustainable society. We run Masters courses in renewable energy and sustainable architecture; have short courses on all aspects of sustainable living; hold regular events and are open to visitors. CAT informs, inspires and enables practical solutions for sustainable living We have created some of the most Read more [...]

  • Rochester Square Come-Unity Garden

    We are a group of diverse creatives rejuvenating a derelict plant nursery and theatrical prop warehouse in Camden Town! A brief history: Being neglected for over 10 years, the garden and buildings were beginning to fall apart and degrade the surrounding neighbourhood. Having once being home to an array of Read more [...]

  • GoodGym Hackney

    GoodGym is the best way to get fit in Hackney. Forget the gym, we’ll help you get fit by doing good.  Our community of runners and qualified trainer will help you achieve your fitness goals by doing physical work that helps your community. From Hackney Road to Amhurst Park we Read more [...]

  • Slades Farm Community Garden

    Slades Farm Community Garden is located in the large Slades Farm Open Space in north Bournemouth. Historically this was farmland, but it became absorbed by Bournemouth’s expansion in the 1950s. Work started on the community garden in March 2012. The objectives are to garden sustainably, using permaculture principles, and to Read more [...]

  • GoodGym Tower Hamlets

    GoodGym is a group of runners that like to put our exercise to use – we like to help community organisations with physical tasks as a way to keep fit. We clear land, shovel & barrow compost, shift heavy stuff like flagstones or furniture… anything that’s hard work. Email me Read more [...]

  • Merton Green Parents

    Merton Green Parents is here for parents who want their parenting journey to be sustainability minded. This is your place to share ideas, get advice parents and make friends!  We meet on a Wednesday morning from 10.30 at Coffee in the Wood, 101 High Street Colliers Wood. We also have Read more [...]

  • Bolton Urban Growers

    Our group has taken over two disused tennis courts in the grounds of Southfields Pub in Great Lever, we are putting together growing area and small edible forest garden, the idea behind our project is to help people on low/no income to grow and produce their own resources in their Read more [...]

  • Streatham Food Festival

      Welcome to the fourth annual Streatham Food Festival! We’re very proud to introduce a feast of delights to suit every palate and pocket.  Across the weekend, we’re celebrating the fantastic variety of restaurants, pubs and cafés in the area by inviting you to take a food tour of the Read more [...]

  • Oasis Garden Food Growing Green Gym

    The Oasis Garden Green Gym is a great way for local Camden residents get active outdoors, meet likeminded people and learn about growing your own food in environmentally friendly way.  Volunteering sessions run every Sat from 10am-1pm and are free.  Please email:gg-oasis@tcv.org.uk or call 07717494476 to book a place.

  • Oasis Forest Garden

    Oasis forest garden is a volunteer gardening project at the Oasis adventure playground that runs on a Sunday from 12-3pm. For 40 years the  Oasis charity has been providing nature and play spaces for local children; the forest garden has been running for approx. 3 yrs (it started life as Read more [...]

  • Paddington Farm Trust

    Paddington Farm is a 43 acre organic farm offering educational and recreational holidays for children and young people from inner cities and work experience and vocational training for local young people. Accommodation for up to 30, summer yurts and camping, learning activities and outdoor play.

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