Reuse, reduce, recycle, rethink

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  • Active Travel Champions in Camberwell

    Love cycling or walking? Help us get more people active this summer! Join our team of Active Travel Champions and help support and encourage others to walk, cycle and use public transport more as part of their journeys around Camberwell. Active Travel Champions are volunteers who help people be more Read more [...]

  • Croydon Master Gardener programme (Garden Organic)

    Master Gardeners offer free food growing advice and support to residents and communities in Croydon.  Especially those referred to the project through “social prescribing” – ie by GPs, health care professionals, third sector organisations etc as being likely to benefit from learning to grow food. The network of enthusiastic volunteers Read more [...]

  • Network of Wellbeing (NOW)

    At the Network of Wellbeing (NOW), our vision is of a world where everyone’s wellbeing needs are met within the planets natural limits. By wellbeing, we mean happy people, healthy communities, and a sustainable planet. We believe that people’s happiness is directly linked to the health of the communities in which Read more [...]

  • ENRICH (Energy Reduction in Community Hubs)

    The ENRICH project improves energy efficiency and energy management in a wide range of community buildings from community halls to churches, sports pavilions, community shops and pubs. The project’s action based approach includes auditing the buildings, running training workshops, writing blogs and guidance material etc. ENRICH, run by EiE at Read more [...]

  • Transition Willesden

    Following a Green Fair in Willesden Green in Spring 2011, this group formed for eco-minded residents in the Willesden area. Some fantastic people from all over Willesden, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill and beyond are involved. To get the latest updates of our activities and what else is happening in the Willesden Read more [...]

  • Community Energy England

    Community Energy England (CEE) was established in May 2014 as a not for profit organisation, set up to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish. We have a founding board drawn from a core team of community energy Read more [...]

  • Helping Britain Blossom (Birmingham)

    Helping Britain Blossom is all about helping local people create, restore and access orchards – to enjoy and use for good in their communities. Get involved by contacting us by email and your community group could soon be the proud custodians of Birmingham’s newest orchard.

  • Mobile Garden City

    Mobile Garden City is a temporary community garden located on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Designed specifically to be movable, the garden takes advantage of a ‘meanwhile’, pre-development site, and will move to another area of the Park when work commences on the Chobham Manor development in Autumn 2017. In response Read more [...]

  • Cleveland Perk

    Cleveland Park Residents’ Association has represented the residents of a couple of streets in central Walthamstow for more than a decade – everything from opposing bad planning applications to socialising at street parties. A couple of years ago, one of our members came up with the idea of bringing residents Read more [...]

  • Energy Projects Plus

    We help tackle fuel poverty in Cheshire and Merseyside and help residents save money on their energy bills. Who We Are Energy Projects Plus is an independent not-for-profit organisation and a registered environmental charity, formed in 1995. Our Objectives: To advance the education of the public about energy efficiency and Read more [...]

  • The Triangle Community Garden

    The Triangle Garden is a community garden within a local park where people of all ages and abilities can come together and take part in creative therapeutic activities, rooted in permaculture, including growing plants for food, wildlife and pollinators, tending and nurturing the environment, creating wildlife habitats and working on Read more [...]

  • The Environment Centre

    The Environment Centre is an independent Charity in Swansea, it was set up in 1995 by a group of volunteers and now employs 9 members of staff. The Centre is a hub for the community in Swansea and the surrounding area, focusing on environmental issues and sustainable lifestyles. Our mission Read more [...]

  • Basingstoke Green Week 2015

    19th to 26th September 2015 – promoting greener, more sustainable living in Basingstoke, a busy south-east England town.  Opportunities to help set up/staff/take down stalls and a pop-up shop in the Festival Place shopping centre, particularly on Saturday 19th but we have the shop all week and need staff to Read more [...]

  • Gunnersbury Park

    Gunnersbury Park is a beautiful 186 acre Grade 2* registered landscape of exceptional mature trees, open grass spaces and historic buildings including an Orangery, ‘Princess Amelia’s’ Bath house, Gothic Ruins and the Stables. Gunnersbury Park House (the Large Mansion) is the home of the local history museum for the boroughs of Read more [...]

  • Max Roach Park

    Max Roach Park is a chain of open spaces running along Brixton Road, the section located at the junction of Loughborough Road and Brixton Road, which previously provided little visual interest, biodiversity or community engagement value, and was mainly used as a cut through by pedestrians walking to the Brixton Road bus Read more [...]

  • Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust

    Vision and Mission Our vision is of vibrant, thriving and resilient communities where people are inspired and empowered to get active, get involved and make a difference for their communities, future generations and the planet. Our mission is to protect and enhance the local environment and to increase the wellbeing Read more [...]

  • Make a Wildlife garden

    In Walton hall park we have an overgrown abandoned area that was closed down a few years ago. It was called pets corner and all the local community had fond memories of the place so after many meetings and discussions we have all decided to bring it back to life. Read more [...]

  • The Riddy Wood Project

    The Riddy Wood Project is a brand new enterprise by the Bushcraft Education team to restore an area of semi-natural ancient woodland to it’s former glory. The wood has been unmanaged for many years which has lead to it’s deterioration in terms of biodiversity and it’s sustainability as a woodland. Read more [...]

  • Creating a hedging effect

    Hedgerows are excellent wildlife habitats, providing shelter and food to numerous birds, small mammals and insects. The Bromley Green Gym was awarded over 300 saplings from the Woodland Trust in spring 2015. These were planted along the north-west border of College Green. To help these guys establish themselves, we would Read more [...]

  • Hackney Foodbank

    We live in a part of the world with unprecedented ease of access to nutritious food, yet people in our city go hungry every day. Hackney Foodbank believes no one in 21st century London should have to face a crisis with nothing on their plate to sustain them. We work Read more [...]

  • Winsford Gardens Woodland Pathway

    We are opening-up an overgrown area of the gardens which runs between the wildflower meadows and the northern side of the park boundary. We will restore a woodland pathway running from the main pathway, along behind the wildflower meadows and emerging from the trees/bushes to the recently established bog garden. We will Read more [...]

  • The Roots Project

    We are a woodland based group who carry out practical conservation and traditional forestry at King’s Meadow, part of Longbeach Wood in The Kent Downs AONB. Our aim is to improve the environment for wildlife, nature conservation, and recreation whilst engendering a sense of community. We promote and share traditional forest Read more [...]

  • Bishop’s Park

    Bishop’s Park and Fulham Palace gardens make up a flagship green space in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Throughout the summer of 2014, Groundwork London and our corporate partners assisted Park and Palace staff to undertake a number of exciting practical volunteering days on site. 172 volunteers took Read more [...]

  • Peveril House Amenity Deck

    Built in the 1960s, the Peveril House Amenity Deck became disused and was eventually closed for public access. Groundwork London and Leathermarket JMB, in collaboration with the local community, have transformed it and given this abandoned deck a new life, welcoming back people to enjoy its new facilities. A low-maintenance Read more [...]

  • Gandhi Chaplin Memorial Garden

    The Ghandi Chaplin Memorial Garden has been created in Partnership by Newham Council and Groundwork London, in collaboration with members of the local community. It commemorates Charlie Chaplin’s famous meeting with Mahatma Gandhi on the nearby Beckton Road, on 22nd September 1931, when hundreds gathered to catch a glimpse of Read more [...]

  • Old Street Food Assembly

    Yes to Local! The Old Street Food Assembly will open on June 23rd at St Luke’s Community Centre on Tuesday evenings…join us to buy the best fresh food directly from local producers and food makers! Contact: Twitter: @OldStreetFA Sign up here Launched in September 2011, The Food Assembly Read more [...]

  • Energy Garden

    Energy Garden empowers communities to regenerate London from seed to solar power We support communities across London to turn Overground platforms into biodiverse, productive gardens with solar-powered station amenities. The sale of electricity from our solar portfolio provides funding for all of Energy Garden’s operations and social impact programmes. By Read more [...]

  • Camden Waste Challenge

    We want your ideas and comments at on the design of our new waste, recycling and street cleaning contract.  The contract starts in April 2017 and we want to involve Camden Residents so that together we identify the challenges, opportunities and solutions to managing our waste in the future.  Read more [...]

  • Mackintosh Community Garden.

    After forming in the summer of 2012, Roath Garden Party started work on Mackintosh Community Garden at the start of the following September. The RGP has now dissolved, but the Garden remains, under the guidance of Roath in Growth! 🙂 Our aim is, with the help of the local community, Read more [...]

  • Morland Community Garden

    The Morland Community Garden is a resident-led project to transform a once-neglected area at the heart of a 1960s-built Hackney estate into a communal garden space for all to enjoy.  The project grew out of a campaign by residents to improve the space on the estate. Its design has been Read more [...]

  • Cassiobury Green Gym in Watford

    JOIN IN, FEEL GOOD! The Cassiobury Green Gym is looking for volunteers who want to improve their health and wellbeing by creating a better environment in the wonderful Cassiobury Park. Come along for as long as you like, enjoy the outdoors and work at your own pace and ability! Green Read more [...]

  • Hackney Real Nappy Network

    We are a friendly informal network and welcome new faces! We provide information about real nappies and the £54 free Real Nappies for London scheme. Come along to our events, such as our nappuccinos where you can claim your voucher, buy nappies and get advice, or our free ‘Give and Takes’ Read more [...]

  • Urban Community Energy Fund

    The Urban Community Energy Fund (UCEF) is a £10m fund to kick-start renewable energy generation projects in urban communities across England. Community groups will be able to access grants and loans to support the development stages of a renewable energy project that will bring significant benefits to the local community. Read more [...]

  • West Ham Park

    Practical conservation, sustainability and community outreach volunteering projects. We’re looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us deliver a wide range of projects throughout the year from a community food growing project, to habitat restoration, cultural installations and sporting events. West Ham Park, the largest park in the London Borough of Newham, Read more [...]

  • Internship

    Opportunity Internship at Walnut Farm Norfolk, and 18 acre organic Land centre has been created. Internship at Walnut Farm, an 18 acre certified organic Land Centre in the heart of Norfolk We at Walnut Farm are excited to offer a 3 month residential intern placement for Spring of 2015. We Read more [...]

  • Camden Sustainable Schools Network

    A network for Camden schools to share environmental education and energy saving ideas and resources.  Join if you are: a teacher or TA, curriculum lead, bursar or business manager, site officer or premises manager, governor or senior leader, Eco Schools lead, etc. representing a school of any type located in Read more [...]

  • Repowering London

    Repowering is a not-for-profit co-operative that specialises in creating local energy through the delivery of community owned renewable energy projects.

  • Joju Solar

    Joju Solar helps homeowners and businesses to cut their carbon impact and their energy bills by producing their own clean green energy. We are true solar specialists with many years of experience. We have a depth of expertise in solar power as well as wider energy and low carbon technologies. Read more [...]

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