Showing Projects 351-400 of 481
  • Harvest Lottery For Schools

    Win the opportunity for your school to be part of British Food Fortnight’s Harvest Festival celebration in Westminster Abbey in the presence of VIPs and a host of celebrities!   Hurry – Closing date for entries is the 24th July 2013 – enter now at www.lovebritishfood.co.uk Love British Food, the Read more [...]

  • Camden & Islington Master Gardener Programme

    Master Gardeners offer free food growing advice and support to residents and communities in Islington and Camden. They have varied interests including supporting sheltered housing, community centres and housing estates. The network of enthusiastic volunteers are fully trained and supported by the UK’s leading organic growing charity, Garden Organic. Master Read more [...]

  • Camden GoodGym

    Camden GoodGym are a group of volunteers who like to get fit by doing tasks that are physical and useful to the community. We meet every Wednesday at 6.45pm and run to projects in Camden that could benefit from some manual labour. Check out what we get up to here http://www.goodgym.org/run_reports/ Read more [...]

  • UCLan Greening a University

    The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has maintained a top 10 position in the People & Planet Green League of Universities for 6 years, Sustainable Development is one of the Uni’s key Medium Term Strategies. The Uni has the Carbon Trust Standard an external standard that verifies the reduction of Read more [...]

  • Sustainable Living In The Heatons

    A diverse group of local people who volunteer to do things in the Four Heatons that make the area even better now and for the future.  We grow food, organise bike rides, run swap shops, hold waste food dinners, sell low carbon shopping bags … and more!  Open to all!

  • MindFood CIC

    MindFood CIC is a social enterprise that supports mental health recovery through growing and selling food. We have recently moved to a new site in Hanger Lane and are transforming three allotment plots into a sensory market garden. The site, which borders the River Brent, will be used as a Read more [...]

  • Zinnia Community Enterprise

    Social Enterprise plant nursery developed to provide training, employment and volunteering opportunities to people who might otherwise find it difficult to find work or get support.  We welcome everyone.  We sell plants, run a food growing project and love horticulture, but you do not have to be interested in plants to Read more [...]

  • Knowsley Eco Teams

    We are a community inclusion project delivered within Knowsley in our schools and community centres. Consisting of 6 Eco sessions including Grow Your Own, Rubbish and Up-cycling, Energy, Water & Travel, Composting and Love Food, Hate Waste. All sessions are FREE to anyone who lives or works in Knowsley. Delivered Read more [...]

  • Liverpool Organic Gardeners Group

    We are a group of people who meet regularly once a month to share our interest in all things gardening and our members  have different interests, e.g. fruit and veg, gardens for wildlife, particular plant species.  Our talks and outdoor visits enable us to share knowledge and some of  our regulars have been Read more [...]

  • Brixton Edge

    A place to grow: Good food, friendship, gardens, sustainability, and have fun caring for the Earth and People with Permaculture principles.

  • London Permaculture Festival

    The London Permaculture Festival is a grassroots event organised by volunteers. This year it takes place on Sunday 30th July at Cecil Sharp House, Camden from 11am-6pm. We are looking for volunteers who would like to help out and see permaculture in action as we organise for another year with Read more [...]

  • Delph Project

    The Delph Project is a community-based initiative (lead by Friends of the Delph) to research and create a vested interest in the Delph landscape; its past, present and particularly its future. This project aims to nurture a complex social and cultural exchange between local people and their environment, across generations. Read more [...]

  • Village farm orchard project

    We are a Squash Nutrition project, based in Stockbridge Village. We have support from the Villages housing association to plant up any spaces owned by them in between housing estates and roadways around the Stockbridge Village area. We have a polytunnel base and a shop unit in the precint of Read more [...]

  • Bedfords Park Walled Garden

    The walled garden was built around 1770 to service the Bedfords estate with veg, fruit and flowers. The estate was sold to Havering Council in 1933 and became the council’s nursery until 1999 when it closed due to the questionable safety of the walls. Today we have a lottery ‘food Read more [...]

  • The People’s Design Lab

    The Lab is a place where we can come together and help design change. A laboratory, run by ordinary folk, experimenting with design.  It’s a place for people who care about recycling and reuse to talk to the industries who create “stuff” in the first place and to say “look, Read more [...]

  • Asian Womens Food Growing Project

    Our new allotments for local women are finally finished.  We have 12 new allotments made from railway sleepers that will last many years without the need to replace them.  They have shingle drainage and a shingle pathway lined to prevent weeks.  We also have a new fence to keep out Read more [...]

  • Horniman Museum and Gardens

    We are the Horniman Museum and Gardens, an inspiring, surprising, family-friendly, free attraction in South London’s Forest Hill. We’ve been open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, our collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important Read more [...]

  • Green Dream

    The Green Dream is an urban food growing and community environmental project based in the heart of Bootle.  We are growing food in raised beds and poly tunnel. We are also creating habitats for wildlife, keeping bees, harvesting water, composting, sowing a meadow, making and installing environmental art pieces and Read more [...]

  • Tamworth Farm Rose Avenue Allotment

    Sustainable Merton, a community led initiative which gives local people the chance to get involved with practical projects aimed at increasing sustainability in the area, is set to refurbish the currently derelict Tamworth Farm, Rose Avenue Allotment on London Road, Mitcham. Owned by Merton Council, the site is in an Read more [...]

  • Get-Growing

    We are a community market garden and organic horticulture training centre in Newtown. We are also involved in developing a local food hub and deliver training, work experience and volunteer programmes . We are part of the Cwm Harry organisation who built their reputation composting food waste and promoting local Read more [...]

  • Golborne Greens

    Golborne Greens is a project to create a new community food garden – come on down to the Sensory Garden every Tuesday 1 – 3pm to meet with other volunteers in the community.  The Sensory Garden is on the corner of Elkstone Road and Golborne Road, opposite Trellick Tower, by Read more [...]

  • Project Dirt Activities

    Here at Project Dirt we would like to start having a few more fun activities for us and our community! Whether that be walks, cycle rides, talks, green film nights or workshops this is where we will be letting you know what is going on!

  • Dylways Garden Project

    Communal Garden project inviting the community to be involved,. The project  is part of “The Cleaner Greener Safer Southwark scheme. We are using all upcycled material that has been Donated by the East Dulwich community through The Great  East Dulwich Forum.   We are always looking for volunteers so if Read more [...]

  • The East London Garden Society

    The East London Garden Society is to create a one stop shop for all garden services in East London, therefore all persons wishing to be registered, please contact:eastlondongardensociety@gmail.com. Whether you have a service such as landscaping or retail garden products, contact us.

  • Union Square Improvement Project

    The Union Square improvement project will raise horticultural interest, increase security, improve accessibility and provide opportunities for community involvement. The improvements were planned in consultation with local stakeholders including residents, park users and community gardeners. Phase 1 of the project has now reached practical completion:  removal of redundant facilities  new Read more [...]

  • Transform Edible East

    Transform is a core part of the London 2012 Changing Places Inspire programme, an initiative that aims to support host borough communities to secure lasting social and environmental benefits as a legacy of the 2012 Games. Transform enables Groundwork London to give time and materials to help community groups transform underused Read more [...]

  • Chorley Community Food Growing Project

    We support community groups setting up food growing areas on community sites/gardens as well as local schools. Our support includes advice, practical help, training, educational sessions and being an on-going contact for volunteers.

  • OnePlot urban farming

    to deliver an environmentally sustainable project to the Balsall Heath community that will promote higher nutritional levels, develop a thriving horticultural culture in the area and promote environmental education. Five services will be offered in food production and preservation, basic cookery and low tech assembly, and environmental education.  We have Read more [...]

  • Newham Community Gardening Network

    This gardening network is open to anyone interested in growing food in Newham whether you volunteer at a community garden, have an allotment or grow food in your garden. The network is yours to create. Whether you use it to share knowledge, contacts, ideas, skills or enthusiasm. Feel free to Read more [...]

  • Building Man

    Welcome to the re-imagination of small festival culture and beyond. Inspired by Burning Man and remixed by Babylon the Beautiful. This is Building Man. Our 100% participatory, volunteer-led gatherings of like minded people and projects will pioneer gift-led economics and embrace a brave new world of post-scarcity abundance. www.buildingman.org Rather Read more [...]

  • Permanent Cultures

    Permanent Cultures are a permaculture design collective. We orchestrate a variety of courses for adults and school children, practical landbased designs and implementation, as well as curate talks and workshops that explore a diverse definition of what is permaculture.  

  • Cloud Cuckoo Land

    Welcome to the community owned performing arts collective in the Clouds.  Somewhere over Somerset’s Mendip Hills, Cloud Cuckoo Land is “an unrealistically idealistic state of being, where everything is possible.”  August 2nd, 3rd and 4th 2013 | Early Birds On Sale Now

  • Martineau Gardens

    Martineau Gardens, Birmingham, UK Visit a terrific community garden that’s teeming with wildlife, incredible plants and amazing people.Open Mon-Sat 10am – 4pm, FREE ENTRY. Our mission is to inspire people about the natural environment. We also provide volunteering opportunities, therapeutic horticulture, and are a venue for educational activities.  Woodland, ponds, orchard, birdhide, Read more [...]

  • URBAN VEG

    Urban Veg is part of Winterbourne House and Garden at the University of Birmingham, UK. For course bookings call 0121 414 3003 (option 4). We aim to promote a culture of urban food production as a means of addressing issues around health, diet and social exclusion.  Working with a variety Read more [...]

  • Carshalton Community Allotment

    Gardening can be a wonderfully satisfying activity for anyone, regardless of age and ability. Ecolocal have developed a community allotment where people can take part in gardening and learn hands-on skills. We run volunteer sessions on Mondays from 1pm-3pm and Fridays from 10.30am-1pm. Everybody is welcome to take part growing Read more [...]

  • Kirkstall Community Garden

    Kirkstall community garden is a not for profit organisation run by a committee of local residents at the Burley Mills Allotment site just off Kirkstall Road. We aim to provide a safe place for all people in the kirkstall community & local areas to come share ideas, learn life skills Read more [...]

  • BCEP – Wibsey Park Community Garden

    Wibsey Park Community Garden is new site being developed by BCEP. We will be growing food and veg plants to sell, offering training and therapeutic horticulture sessions to groups and individuals on site, provide opportunities for local schools and other community groups to use the site, and show local people Read more [...]

  • BCEP – Bradford Community Environment Project

    BCEP (Bradford Community Environment Project)working for a better Bradford Vision: Bradford a district of content, healthy communities which work together to lead sustainable lifestyles. Communities wisely use their renewable, reusable and recyclable resources. People work with natural systems to address local needs and families treasure green spaces. Mission: To contribute to Read more [...]

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