Groundwork has helped deliver many community projects over the years which have benefited countless people and inspired many more to act in their own communities. Listed below are a several examples of sucessful projects that have made a positive impact on visitors, residents and the places in which they live.
Take a look at some of these wonderful projects and get inspired yourself!
Our garden at the Chelsea Flower Show shows the power of green spaces on urban sites.
Landscaper Chris Beardshaw visits projects to see how quality landscape design can change lives.
Families design, build and plant growing sites in community areas including schools, children's centres and community centres.
Nigel's garden is a hub for the community - bringing people together to learn, grow and gain valuable skills.
The Incredible Edibles project, showing how even the smallest of spaces can be used to produce food and change the way we think.
Harnessing the power of social networks to connect people who want to take action with projects and giving them the support they need.
The Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens helps communities to acquire green space through land shares and land trusts, bringing together landowners with people who want to grow.
Visit Heaton Norris Park, Hulme Street and Stoney Woods to see how local people have improved community spaces and in turn, improved lives.
Irene transformed derelict land near her flat into a much needed green oasis to bring her neighbours together and improve heath and wellbeing where she lives.
Important note: This information is intended as a guide and, while it is as accurate and up to date as we can make it, it should not be used in place of specialist legal, financial or commercial advice.