Groundwork NE & Cumbria is part of the Groundwork federation
Groundwork NE & Cumbria are pleased to be working in partnership with the Environment Agency and Hull University to create the Tyne Estuary Partnership. The River Tyne is one of the most iconic and well known rivers in the UK and provides a focal point for economic activity supporting thriving businesses.
As part of their Building Better Opportunities (BBO) Programme in Tees Valley, NIC are looking to appoint a service provider to deliver a specific support service to participants experiencing Autism, Asperger Syndrome and Learning Difficulties.
Pupils across Washington are taking part in an exciting new inter-schools competition to raise awareness of recycling.
The South Tyne & Wear Waste Management Partnership is launching a recycling campaign to engage and educate the general public on reduction, reuse and recycling of small Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) and batteries.
Groundwork NE & Cumbria is launching a second round of life skills courses, following the success of its ‘Balance Your Li£e’ course in October.
The Greenhouse, the first commercial eco building in County Durham, which is managed by Groundwork NE & Cumbria, is launching a new café and business lounge to provide opportunities for apprentices and create a thriving business environment.
Sunderland City Council is launching a new recycling and rewards campaign to encourage local residents to be more environmentally friendly.
Following the news that the number of Cumbrians claiming unemployment benefits has risen to 5280, Groundwork NE & Cumbria is encouraging those out of work to use its employment support service
Work is now underway at Land of Oak & Iron’s flagship £1.5M Crowley’s Heritage Centre, at Winlaton Mill in Gateshead, which could bring more than £500,000 into the local economy annually as a landmark tourist attraction.
Our latest annual report is out now!
A group of Japanese academics supporting the rebuilding of communities damaged by the nuclear-power station disaster in Fukushima are visiting the North East to learn about how community regeneration charity Groundwork NE & Cumbria is helping local people.
Groundwork NE & Cumbria has received an award in recognition of its work with Cummins to protect and preserve Tees Valley heritage.
Groundwork NE & Cumbria | Grosvenor House, 29 Market Place, Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham, DL14 7NP | Tel 01388 662 666| Email email@example.com
Registered charity number: 1017706| Registered company number: 2702815
We provide training and create jobs, reduce energy and waste, re-connect people with nature and transform whole neighbourhoods.
Step by step we’ll go on changing places and changing lives until everywhere is vibrant and green, every community is strong enough to shape its own destiny and everyone can reach their potential.