A beekeeping support group in the Dunbar and East Linton area of East Lothian. We have a particular interest in learning about and experimenting with 'natural' beekeeping techniques, particularly the use of top-bar hives but anyone with an interest in bees, with any level of experience with any design of hive, or no experience at all, is welcome to get...
An independent Peterborough group seeking to find local, community-led responses to the challenges of climate change, peak oil and economic instability.
Our vision is a resilient, sustainable, happy Peterborough. We meet to plan activities and projects at 6pm on the first Monday of each month in the meeting room at PECT.
Many PinT members are involved at the Green Backyard...
We deliver horticulture training to Southwark residents for free, and support our graduates into sustainable careers in the gardening sector. We do outreach work on local estates, transforming their public spaces into thriving green oases of biodiversity and edible plants.
The London Sustainable Schools Forum is a group of teachers, local authority staff, third sector and private sector workers, governors, parents and academics... each with an interest in creating more sustainable schools across London.
Welcome to the Scotland Cluster! This page brings together community action taking place across Scotland.
The annual Sustaining Dunbar Gathering In will take place on Saturday 25th October 2-4pm at the Bleachingfield Centre.
As part of the ‘Fertile Ground’ art conference being organised by North Light Arts, our marquee will showcase many of the initiatives being taken by local people to make our town a more vibrant place to live. From local produce to beekeeping...
'Cob in the Community' will be running a 'live build' over two days, providing expert advice and teaching participants how to build a cob oven out of London clay and recycled materials. So community groups will be able to bake cakes, bread and even roast dinners in the Sensory Garden! The course usually costs £200 per person, but we are...
Today we'll continue with painting.
We'd love some volunteer helpers to please come along!
The Big Sunflower Project aims to raise awareness of centronuclear and myotubular myopathy by growing sunflowers and asking people to share photos of these. During 2014 317 photos were received from 35 participants - below are stories from four of the groups who took part this year.
Moorsholm in Bloom
RHS Britain in Bloom began in 1964 and today is one...
You may have heard us going on about how Solar Schools is fantastic, its basically all we write about. It boosts school budgets, brings communities together, and brings energy and climate change to life… or so we say.
Well now we’ve got proof.
We’ve been doing our homework on Solar Schools. Thanks to support from the lovely Nesta...
Now in its 5th year, Timberland have again teamed up with Project Dirt to provide grant funding to creative and inspiring environmental community projects across the UK. A total of £10,000 is available, with £2,000 each going to five lucky winners!
This year the focus will be on innovative community projects that: