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Combined Handicapped and Disabled Society C.H.A.D.S

Making nature available for the less abled.

Connecting with Nature

It has been shown that having more of a connection with nature can help you to improve your mental and physical wellbeing. Join us for a nine week programme to discover new ways to connect with and take notice of nature. We will be running…

Connecting with Nature - outdoor wellbeing programme

Relax, learn, create and feel great with nature on our 5 week wellbeing programme. You help choose the activities which could include: wildlife observation natural art short wellbeing walks outdoor relaxation Location: Meet at Bookuccinos Cafe, Burton Library, Meadowside Drive, Burton upon Trent, DE14 1AH Car parking…

Forest Harvest

The object is to demonstrate and promote living in a sustainable manor and the protection of the environment to the UK and the Midlands in particular by providing workshops and advice.

The Forest of Mercia Community Forest Partnership

The Forest of Mercia actively uses the natural environment as a resource to educate, up-skill, improve health and wellbeing and inspire people living in Staffordshire and the West Midlands.  Trees, woodland and forests are at the heart of our activity.   We want people to…

Friends of Billbrook

Community conservation group, improving the open spaces in Bilbrook.

Friends of Lyme Brook

We are an unincorporated association aimed at protecting, conserving and improving the Lyme Brook and its immediate environment through voluntary activities, such as litter-picking, river fly monitoring, and meadow creation.

Friends of Scalpcliffe Woods

A community group, liaising with East Staffordshire Borough Council, Open Spaces to protect the ancient woodland, habitat and species within Scalpcliffe Hill Nature Reserve and its surrounding area and ensure the area is maintained, protected, and enhanced for current and future generations.

Jules' Veg Growers

Our allotment is non-profit, inclusive community project whose mission is to bring people together from all walks of life to enjoy the experience of growing your own fruit and veg. We invite friends old and new to help care for this allotment, share knowledge and…