'One of the positives about the leadership contest has been the degree to which a hard deadline has focused minds in government.'
Calling upon young people to send in photos of their local park via social media, alongside their opinions on their local park and what could be done to make it better for the local community.
How to maximise all things fun, green and outdoors this Easter!
Nominate your local community heroes!
The extensive project aims to discover how, where and why community groups are taking action in their local area.
'The government has not yet meaningfully engaged with the debate or young people’s voices on climate change but as the movement grows so too does the pressure to take notice.'
"This new funding – and the promise of more to come - is a good start."
The partnership will engage young people directly in the garden build to give them a voice and celebrate the ways they come together online to create positive real world change.
'We know from experience that with the right help and support, communities can deliver inspiring projects that protect and improve our shared surroundings'
Groups were encouraged to apply for grants of up to £10,000 to fund projects that promote regular activity that support a sustained lifestyle change.
YAB members will be play a vital role in shaping future campaigns, in both ideas and in practice - with the opportunity to develop leadership potential.
Groundwork pays respects to Walter Menzies, one of the early pioneers of the Groundwork movement.
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