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Our not-for-profit cafe will teach kids to cook and sell affordable healthier meals, with costs funded by our Community Pizzeria, which will also help sustain Weavers Adventure Playground.
Building a Straw Bale Education Centre in Perivale Wood to give children Londonwide the opportunity to understand and enjoy nature and The love of being outdoors.
Orchard Barn needs more covered teaching space. It's time to build a new vernacular style craft room from local trees + earth. Developing deep green traditional building skills as well as community.
Help us host a flight themed parade to celebrate the life of Amy Johnson, with live music, performance and dance, bringing a carnival atmosphere to Hessle Rd area of Hull
A healthy, sustainable fish & chips truck in the heart of the East End, creating pathways into entrepreneurship for young East Londoners. Established by the award-winning Kitchenette.
One of our customers with disabilities has identified a gap in the market for a sensory room in London. We'd like to create a mobile sensory bus for people with disabilities across London!
Well Street Market will be an innovative model of a community market, locals will access healthy, affordable, good quality food along with a Teenage Market, Student Makers Market and live music stage.
Help us transform 60 vacant garages on the Ledbury Estate into spaces for workshops, studios, cooking lessons and cultural activities where people can learn and socialise.
Acclaimed artist, Michael Craig-Martin, has agreed to loan an iconic sculpture for The Square on The Line. The sculpture will transform people's experience of this historic section of the River Lea.
You will help us to keep the barge and the puppets afloat! We will be able to continue presenting shows for children and adults in the London canal and River Thames.
Following our successful crowdfunding campaign in 2014, help us with round 2 to weather-proof our terrace so that we can increase our capacity and continue to serve as a hub for the local community.
StART is a Community Land Trust seeking to acquire and redevelop two-thirds of the St Ann’s Hospital site. We want a community-led housing development which meets the needs of people, not profit.