We’re delighted to announce this year's Camden in Bloom: ‘Greener Together’. We’re striving for 2014’s scheme to be bigger, more creative and diverse than ever before!
The business and residential competition is open from Monday 30 June to Friday 1 August.
Please click here and scroll down for the application form. (Forms are also available in ...
Here's where we'll post about all of the funding opportunites we are aware of that could benefit your project.
If you're looking for STUFF, check out this area: http://www.projectdirt.com/forum/forum/925/
If you're looking for VOLUNTEERS: http://www.projectdirt.com/forum/forum/1135/
Please keep checking back as we update this page ...
Transition Belsize is part of the Transition Town movement rapidly growing around the UK and the world aiming to create a network of vibrant local communities which actively address the challenges of a changing climate, preparing for a future with less oil and strengthening the fragility of our economic systems.
Together we can create a vision for a greener, more ...
Capital Clean-up is a Mayor of London led partnership programme enabling Londoners to volunteer and clean-up our city through local action.
Watch this space for new projects joining...
The Mayor of London's Pocket Parks initiative supports the delivery of 100 new or enhanced pocket parks across London by March 2015.
It is part of London's Great Outdoors programme.
‘60% of what our bodies absorb is through our skin.’
Come on this brilliant Masterclass, led by home alchemist Julie Riehl, to learn the lost art of making your own low cost cosmetics that are pure enough to eat!
The day's program will include:
You’ll spend an action-packed day with experts learning about animals & plants in your local area – how many will you find?
FREE two day workshop for residents of Camden!
Over the course of the two days Camden residents will learn how to transform a pair of denim jeans into a useful rucksack.
We will explore and discuss the social and environmental cost of our clothes, what we can do as active citizens within our community to promote a positive change, as ...
We are preparing a plant list for the allotments site, one the larger ones in London, approx 13ha.
We may not cover the entire site on Wednesday, but are hoping to build up a picture of the species that grow there, at the edges and in the spare bits between the cultivated plots.
It will be a fairly gentle stroll ...
Last week Greenwich Park played host to a bunch of enthusiastic amateur archaeologists all volunteering their time on an exploratory dig to uncover the remains of the Old Keeper’s Cottage.
The Old Keepers Cottage, or Lodge, stood close to Queen Elizabeth’s Oak, near the centre of what is perhaps the most historic of all the Royal Parks - Greenwich ...
Cawood Allotment Society held the official opening of their social area on July 20th, 2014.
The area was made possible using funds received via Grassroots Giving.
The area is appreciated by the wider allotment community and is ready for future village events.