Statement from Graham Duxbury, Groundwork's UK Chief Executive.
'To truly ‘level up’ we need to be more ambitious about bringing people and nature back to our town and city centres'
The charity has put forward recommendations to sectors with the that have the opportunity to influence and inspire the necessary change needed.
Moston Brook Project Officer Ann Bates, tells us all about how the Moston Brook Friends Group was formed, the activities they’ve undertaken along the river, and how you can help them continue their work to make the area safer and accessible for local communities.
Residents in Oldham recently celebrated the opening of the Pitt Street community park. A space transformed thanks to the hard work of local residents and funding from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
At the heart of most cities, you’ll find a river! In Greater Manchester the River Irk, Medlock and Mersey form the foundation of our water network. This blog explores 5 ways we can enjoy Greater Manchester’s rivers.
A personal reflection of the Irwell Catchment Partnership by Katherine Causer, Irwell Catchment Coordinator at the Environment Agency.
Though living sustainably seems as though it is more expensive, been green can be friendly for the environment and your wallet!
Statement from Graham Duxbury, Groundwork's UK Chief Executive
A talented teenager from Blackpool has set his sights on a career in music, after taking part in a creative media course run by Groundwork.
A series of projects and events are set to help make Burnley an even better location to work, live and do business.
We are delighted that Valleys Regional Park has contracted Groundwork Wales to continue delivering the Valleys Regional Park Guardians Scheme. Since the start of the new two year contract in May 2021, the VRP Guardians have made a positive impact on the community and the local environment.