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Help transform a disused railway into a public park and garden walk between Camden Town and King's Cross!
A simple solution to wasting less through the sharing of good quality food to benefit the people of Milton Keynes.
The Imagination Lab is a brand new cultural space in London.
lt will be the capital’s most exciting place for children and their families to imagine, explore, investigate and create together.
Our Space Your Place will give students at the University of Worcester their first taste of retailing through a competition to win a six week space at a retail unit at CrownGate shopping centre
Our Big Gig in the Arboretum gives people of all ages the opportunity to organise a local music festival, local artists to showcase their talents & offers the city of Lincoln a free music festival.
Edible Rotherhithe is a new community project based in South East London. We are building a new garden with food growing facilities and delivering carpentry and D.I.Y. workshops to support wellbeing.
The Camrose Centre is a drop-in centre to help homeless and vulnerable people. We want to open the centre for an extra day so that those who are sleeping rough can come and get breakfast.
The Quarry Café needs to free up the tables that are currently used as a counter with a more substantial modular display counter that can be packed away into storage at the end of the day.
We have been asked by the Town Council to organise this year's Christmas Illuminations and make them the biggest and best Tadcaster has ever known!
Westerly Showband are presenting a day of free music at Page Park, Staple Hill in South Gloucestershire.
The Peckham Coal Line will be an elevated urban park built on disused railway coal sidings to form a natural, physical and social link between two high streets
Help us to fundraise for a public memorial for Lady Rhondda in her home town of Newport.
We want as many people as possible to get involved & contribute to put on a lecture and put up a blue plaque.