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Posted by Katrina Ramsey on October 23, 2014

Photo: EcoActive. Part of new mural in Daubney Fields, part of their Capital Clean-up.A few weeks ago we invited the 54 groups who received Capital Clean-up grants and kits this summer to take part in a blog competition here on Project Dirt. All they needed to do was to have posted a blog about their Capital Clean-up between the ... Continue reading »

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Capital Clean-up is a Mayor of London led partnership programme enabling Londoners to volunteer and clean-up our city through local action.

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Projects

Churchward House Greening Project

Scheme is at heart of TRA area, will visually enhance area and provide points of interest of plants, colour and to make area more visually appealing.The area is currently a bare corridor between properties and the house there currently just look onto a concrete area. Scheme will provide a green-link between park and residential road in line with present campaign to provide such routes in London.To change a current no-go area (scene of past mugging) into a more eco-friendly welcoming environment.

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We listened to our youths.... Next steps

well, we were a little behind in completing all of the murals we had hoped for as the top quality work had taken more time than intended.However, this gave us time to chat to the kids and youths in the park as they were playing around the disused building - often kicking their footballs up against our newly painted murals!So what do they need or what would the like to see?A backdrop to use as a goal or target ......  Hmmmm.....so what could we do next?A quick chat with our artist Eleanor Darling and we had a plan..... Lots of  blues and greens with a football net against which to shoot.Clever Eleanor applied masking tape to the boards and just over an hour of rollering the blue and green and we had covered all the board area.The following morning we peeled back the masking tape - and as if by magic the goal appeared!Next Saturday 25th sees us back at the park hopefully with some of the local kids to apply some detail and finish off our Capital Clean up Project with some style and satisfaction

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our Bee Hotel/Tower make over

10:00, Sunday 2nd November

Hosted by: joe mayhook

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our Bee Hotel/Tower make over

London | Camden | Camden Town

AboutHi, please come and help with our Bee Hotel/Tower make over. We have One of Londons biggest ...

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Woodland edge- Winter planting preparation

London | Camden | Camden Town

Carrying on from the successful Woodland Edge workshop, we will be preparing the area for winter ...

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6
Nov

drained Regents clean up!

London | Tower Hamlets | Stepney

Great news, we have been given the green light to get into the drained section of ...

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