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.
Grow Speke in Liverpool is donating the fruit and veg it grows on site to local families
Retailers vote in favour of a second five-year term for Northwich's Business Improvement District (BID). Town now set to benefit from £1 million of private sector funding over the next five years.
Needs remain constant for a decent home but as energy policy keeps changing it’s the consumers that pay the costs
The first BEE Anglia programme has come to an end this year (2019). The project has benefited small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Suffolk and Norfolk, as well as the wider Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area, thanks to funding from the ERDF.
Community charity Groundwork East has entered into an agreement with construction and development company Anderson Group, in order to help communities across the East of England.
Groundwork East welcomed a new Executive Director in July, following the planned retirement of Steve Harvey at the end of June.
Young people from Sandy took on a mission to make their town a cleaner place on Saturday 30 March 2019.
Property Services company JLL got stuck into two environmental team building days last year.
Community charity Groundwork East has been honoured at the CPRE’s (Campaign to Protect Rural England) Bedfordshire awards for its work across in Luton & Bedfordshire.