Monthly Archives: October 2021

New Community Forest in the North East – Newcastle City Council

4th October, 2021 / Andrew

A new Community Forest in the Northeast of England will see up to 500 hectares of trees planted by 2025. This 30 year, multi-million pound project will see tens of thousands of trees planted and all new woodland in the region, whether established on land owned by your local council or on a privately owned ...

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Green City – Greening food deliveries in Glasgow – Glasgow City Council

3rd September, 2021 / Andrew

Bho Glaschu Le Gradh “From Glasgow with Love” Wholefoods, Scotland’s largest worker co-op wholesaler, has started delivering food to cafes, restaurants, and retailers in an electric powered trike. In an effort to reduce diesel pollution in Glasgow the company is trialling the trike this summer. The Iceni trikes are made in Wiltshire and can take ...

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Partnership working: food, green spaces & the environment – Oldham Council

3rd September, 2021 / Andrew

In recent years, the council and its partners have set up many projects around food, green spaces, and environmental stewardship. Get Oldham Growing, launched in 2014, aimed to build skills within communities, reduce loneliness and isolation among residents and offer support to community-based food businesses. This fits well with the aims of Well North, a ...

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