Groundwork announces the winners of the Groundwork Community Awards 2019
Groundwork UK CEO, Graham Duxbury, urges all candidates standing for election to make a commitment to supporting volunteer-led groups if elected.
Our survey of UK community groups has found grassroots groups are increasingly at the forefront of tackling many challenges but are lacking support and finding it harder to sustain their activities.
The Pledge acknowledges that change cannot be achieved by a few regulatory tweaks, or any single organisation. Solutions are multi-sector and highly interconnected.
Dan Jones is a internationally recognised sculptor from Doncaster who is working with Better Place Bradford to co-design the Kettlewell Snicket
Helping build resilient communities throughout the country.
Groundwork East has received funding from Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS) for the past five years.
A group of local volunteers have improved the outdoor area at Woodfield School, whilst improving their own job prospects.
School staff and the Mayor of Dacorum gathered to thank local volunteers for creating an outdoor area at Woodfield School’s café on Tuesday 19 December 2017.
Groundwork is inviting organisations in Coventry & Warwickshire and West Yorkshire to apply for grants of up to £20,000 to fund projects that will help local unemployed people towards a more positive future.
In Communities Week, we celebrate the amazing achievements of community groups and reflect on what more we and others can do to support them.
A new project aimed at young people interested in careers in Urban Design, Landscaping and regenerating communities has already had an impact in Warrington.