environment

Green Check

Green Check is a tried and tested way of introducing and embedding Sustainable Development into the ethos of a school. Pupils assess the environmental credentials of their school and implementing resource saving initiatives. Through this engaging process, pupils learn the skills to live more sustainably. Groundwork will also work with school staff, governors and the local community to ensure that everyone participates in their school becoming a 'beacon of Sustainable Development'.

Location

United Kingdom

Grow Organic - Community

Aim:The programme reduces inequalities in health and wellbeing by targeting hard to reach groups of Asian women and other community members from Bradford and district’s most deprived communities and engaging them in food growing life, other enhancing physical activities and healthy family lifestyle education. programme workers directly support group development and engagement.

Location

United Kingdom
53° 48' 22.9176" N, 1° 46' 17.022" W

Positive Youth Action Scheme

The Positive Youth Action Scheme works on five estates in south Bradford to help encourage young peoples positive behaviour and also to improve young peoples image and role in their communities. This has been achieved by undertaking activities for their communities; clean ups and tree planting.

Location

United Kingdom

Royds Environmental Programme

This programme supports a number of existing community environmental groups in the south Bradford area, including The Friends of Judy Woods and Buttershaw Millennium Green Trust. It is also able to help set up, advice and support new groups or projects across the district.

Location

United Kingdom

Royds Environmental Warden Scheme

This scheme is based in eight areas across the Bradford district and employs 14 wardens to help communities take more pride in their environments by addressing environmental and neighbourhood issues; for example, fly tipping and litter. The scheme is also setting up a Junior Environmental Warden Scheme, which will work in schools in the eight areas.

Location

United Kingdom
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