Blog post by Radya Syed, Groundwork's Policy and Research Trainee
Statement from Graham Duxbury, Groundwork's UK Chief Executive
The report highlights that community plays a vital role in facilitating connections between households in need of advice and services and programmes designed to help them.
Groundwork to help communities across the UK to tackle climate and nature emergency, improve health and wellbeing and gain access learning and work
Understanding the important role our waterways can play in mitigating against the impacts of climate change.
How nature based solutions can help improve air quality for schoolchildren.
Understanding why biodiversity matters.
12 young people participating in the Prince's Trust Team programme have recently supported a community project at the Hattersley Big Garden Project in Hyde.
Groundwork Greater Manchester launch the ELM Partnership in the Irwell Catchment (EPIC) project; one of several DEFRA ‘ELM Tests and Trial’ projects across the country.
As communities in Manchester start to re-open and flourish, could everything we need to live happy lives be within a 20-minute radius?
Our local environments matter – the natural environment is essential to the success of our planet, to those who live here and to future generations.
Groundwork UK is seeking a partner to undertake a short qualitative evaluation with projects and participants of Natural Neighbourhoods.
According to the recent BBC News article, loneliness is a 'bigger heath risk than smoking or obesity' so we need to put at stop to it now.