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Location: Wigan The Vauxhall Road play area in Scholes, within the Ince Ward of Wigan was transformed from a run down, neglected and vandalised play area with limited equipment into a new community play area for families and young people of all age groups.
Location: Preston We worked with residents and staff from Places for People to create a roof-top urban oasis in the heart of Preston
Location: Lambeth Wyvil School in Lambeth celebrated acheiving their Green Flag award in 2008 by holding a special assembly. The award highlights to pupils and the wider community issues such as conserving energy and water, recycling, bio-diversity and climate change. Grou
Location: Southwark St Johns Catholic School in Southwark received their Green Flag award in a special assembly on the morning of the 9th December 2009. This award marks the school’s hard work and commitment to having a green ethos and making practical changes to how they be
Location: Southwark This project is a great example of the fantastic work and recognition sustainable schools projects are achieving. The judges of the ‘Southwark In Bloom’ awardswere particularly impressed by the enthusiasm of the pupils as they gave a tour around the garde
Location: Belfast Glencairn Day Care Centre's outdoor area has been developed and improved into a pleasent space for residents to enjoy.
Location: East Durham The Creating Heath project takes derelict and unused areas and re-develops them alongside community groups to create useable growing spaces to encourage healthier diets and lifestyles through green exercise
Location: North Yorkshire Royal Albert Park & children’s play area is located in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The project has successfully addressed a deficiency in children’s plays facilities in the particular part of Scarborough.
Location: Brent As part of Groundwork London’s One World Schools programme, Roe Green Junior School in Kingsbury, are working to be a flagship school for sustainability in Brent. By being part of this programme, staff from Groundwork in west London provideenvironmental e
Location: Durham, South Tyneside, South Tees, Dearne Valley, Leeds and Wakefield The Turning the Corner programme is funded by the BIG Lottery Fund and aims is to work with young people aged 10 – 18 years. The scope of the programme covers areas within the Groundwork Northeast and Yorkshire & Humber.