This project page is dedicated to the Top Blogger award winners, our most popular and active bloggers on Project Dirt.
Check out the latest Top Blogger award winners here.
These awards are handed out every 6 months so if you want to be a Top Blogger, you can find out how you can boost your chances of claiming a badge...
We need your help to volunteer on a beach clean - sign up to many taking place during this one weekend here: www.mcsuk.org/beachwatch/greatbritishbeachclean.
The Marine Conservation Society's Beachwatch programme is a citizen science project, now in it's 22nd year, is the only UK wide beach litter survey. Every year, we hold the Great British beach...
Urban Growth Learning Gardens is a social enterprise that improves the well-being of Londoners through providing Education, Employment and Environmental Transformation. We support vulnerable groups into sustainable, rewarding employment by transforming neglected urban spaces into thriving community oases.
We collaborate with businesses, individuals, community organisations & education providers, to improve educational outcomes, create jobs and enrich London’s outdoor spaces. We deliver nationally recognised qualifications to people in search of rewarding work. Our services are open-access, but we specialise in supporting people with a diverse range of needs, who may be socially isolated or face barriers to education and employment. We pay all our employees above the London Living Wage.
Welcome to the Carbon Reduction Cluster!
This page brings together projects, events and other information from across Project Dirt related to Carbon Reduction.
Welcome to the Southwark Cluster! This page shows you everything taking place in the borough. Featured journals, projects and events are also visible in the top section.
We need volunteers over this one weekend to help clean beaches and record marine litter. There are lots of events to choose from - go to www.mcsuk.org/beachwatch/events to find a suitable event and sign up directly.
If you are interested in attending the third installment of Project Soup, let us know at [email protected].
For a suggested entrance fee of £5, attendees will receive soup and refreshments and will be pitched to by 4 local community groups. Each community group will have 4 minutes to present their idea, after which everyone will place a vote...
Come along for workshops (intro and advanced), ‘how-to’ sessions, music and song, films, a stalls market and a ‘families at the festival’ zone. Enjoy discussions, networking and learning about creative solutions for a sustainable, healthy future.
Tickets cost £6/£4 concessions • Under 18s free • Only available on the door
For more details go to http://londonpermaculturefestival.com/
On 3rd September, it will be a year to the day since Project Dirt called me to tell me that the application for a £2,000 grant to support Dartford junior parkrun had been successful. This, along with the top-up funding provided by Dartford Borough Council started a sequence of work that came to fruition on 22 Maythis...
On 20th July we at Dartford Arts Network undertook an art workshop in preparation for our Plastic Fantastic project in September. Hosted by the Priory Centre in their Market Hall area, the workshop was attended by GCSE art students from Dartford Science and Technology College as part of their Community Day.
Our Plastic Fantastic project was originally intended to have...
MindFood welcomed the Wellcome Trust team on the 8th July to takeover our market stall in Acton to raise money through selling organic fruit and vegetables and raising awareness of our courses to support people with mental health problems.
The team were really creative with their ideas ranging from sourcing lots of yummy treats from their caterers, baking scrumptious cakes...