North of England

  • Illustration for The Furnival in Sheffield

    The Furnival

    The Furnival are working with families whose first language is not English. They will be planting fruit and vegetables in their well-used community centre and in people’s homes while bringing different faiths together to gain a greater understanding of one another.
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  • Illustration for Skillshop in Halifax

    Skillshop

    Skillshop provides specialised training for adults with learning disabilities in a caring environment, working to build their self-esteem and break social isolation. They plan on creating a food growing garden with their community at the local secondary school.
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  • Illustration for Age UK Wigan

    Age UK Wigan

    Age UK Wigan Borough will be recruiting local volunteers of all ages who will visit isolated older people in their communities and either cook a meal with them or bring a freshly cooked meal to share. They will also be supporting older people with growing and exploring options to partner with schools and youth organisations.
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  • illustration for Great Manchester Youth Network

    Greater Manchester Youth Network

    Greater Manchester Youth Network work to engage young people with their communities. They plan to develop a community garden and allotment at the local community centre with young and older people who will co-develop a food project.
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  • Illustration for Pickering and Ferens Homes in Hull

    Pickering and Ferens Homes

    Pickering and Ferens Homes work closely with over 60s living in residential accommodation to enable them to live independently long into retirement. They aim to build an intergenerational community around their sites and get children from local schools on board with growing activities.
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