Local Groups

Want to do more? Ever thought about joining a local environmental group? You can find details of local groups below.

Hammersmith & Fulham

Friends of the Earth Hammersmith & Fulham

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Kensington & Chelsea

North Kensington Environment Forum
KEF promotes the environment in North Kensington using sustainable development as its guiding principle. NKEF's main area of focus is the RB of Kensington and Chelsea between Holland Park Avenue and the Grand Union Canal. We are open to all people who live and work in North Kensington, including representatives from local community groups, local government and business.

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Transition Town Brixton
Transition Town Brixton is a community-led initiative that seeks to raise awareness locally of Climate Change and Peak Oil and engage the whole community in visioning, planning and achieving Transition to a better low energy future.

Eden at St Paul's Community Garden
Rectory Grove, Lambeth, SW4 0DX
020 7622 2128
Project to set up and run wildlife friendly, environmentally sustainable garden and a community resource.

Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses
Brockwell Hall, Lambeth, London, SE24 6HX
020 7622 4913
To promote the protection and enhancement of the environment. To promote wildlife and biodiversity. To advance the education of the public in the subject of the public in the subject of sustainable development in line with Agenda 21. Local food for local people. Environmental education, food production, permaculture, biodiversity, medicinal herb production and education, school visits, work experience placements, training in horticulture, composting, volunteering opportunities.

Lambeth Friends of the Earth
Local group to raise local people's awareness of environmental issues, to encourage them to adopt more environmentally sustainable lifestyle and to campaign locally and nationally for environmental policies.

Save Our World (Lambeth Environmental Forum)
Save our World acts to help protect and sustain the natural world, by increasing awareness and caring for human beings and all other species, as well as inspiring and empowering people to change values, priorities, attitudes, habits and lifestyles – locally, nationally and globally.

Art in the Park
Burgess Park, Southwark, London SE5 0RJ
Art in the Park works towards developing projects that encourage and promote greater understanding of the natural environment and heritage and appreciation of it through music, public art and cultural and healthy living activities. Art in the park works with people that produce art for outdoor spaces, people recovering from serious illness, parents/carers and toddlers, schools and urban regeneration providers.

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Friends of the Earth Wandsworth

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