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Found 14 organisations and services in category "Environment" in Swansea in Killay North
The Swansea Canal Society was formed in 1981 and is run by volunteers. We became a registered charity in 2004.
The Canal is owned by the Canal and River Trust and we work closely in...
We provide inclusive and practical accredited learning through the outdoors, on our 4 acre site, specialising in working with the most hard to reach.
We provide a wide range of adventures through the outdoors from coasteering to abseiling and lots more.
To act as the eyes and ears of the emergency services. To improve the safety of users of the beaches, coastal paths, Worms Head and inshore waters. To alert the Maritime and Coastguard Agency in...
Weekly work parties maintain, build and work along the Swansea Canal (Clydach to Ynysmeudwy)
Charity Shop provided in an attempt to promote the philosophy of 'reduce, reuse, recycle'
We fundraise on behalf of major Swansea Parks, through a plant shop, selling plants grown and cared for by the Volunteers.
Our annual Gower Walking Festival usually takes place in June over two weeks. Access varies on where the different walks go, please see our website for further details.
Tuesdays and Thursdays we hold public volunteer sessions where people can learn about growing trees and other horticultural tasks. We also welcome community groups and school and college groups on oth...
We grow food sustainably and offer educational and volunteering opportunities in a range of outdoor food growing and land management activities. We aim in the future to offer therapeutic gardening.