- Category: Environment (Clear)
- Advice and advocacy
- Animal welfare
- Armed Forces
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- Benevolent organisations
- Children and Families
- Community justice
- Education and training
- Ethnic minorities
- Financial advice
- Health and social care
- International aid and emergency relief
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- Neurological Conditions
- Older People
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- Blaenau Gwent
- East Sussex
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- Merthyr Tydfil
- Neath Port Talbot
- North Yorkshire
- Rhondda Cynon Taff
- Vale of Glamorgan
- West Midlands
Found 95 organisations and services in category "Environment"
Forest School Wales works to ensure that throughout Wales there is sustainable Forest School provision supported by a national network that will nurture the development of projects, offer advice, provide resources, guide best practice and...
Groundwork North Wales works alongside local communities, public bodies, private companies and other voluntary sector organisations to support communities in need.
We help people and organisations make changes in order to create better neighbourhoods, build...
Regeneration and Community Development programme: Caia Park Communities First is a Regeneration and Community Development company funded by the Welsh Assembly Government. We oversee the delivery of services within the area whilst working towards improving...
NatureSpy is a non-profit organisation that aims to research and protect wildlife and natural habitats as well as educating and involving local communities, businesses, young people and anyone seeking to retrain, engage or participate in...
Sustrans makes smarter travel choices possible, desirable and inevitable. We're a leading UK charity enabling people to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of the journeys we make every day. We work...
The Deer Initiative is a broad partnership of statutory, voluntary and private interests dedicated to "ensuring the delivery of a sustainable, well-managed wild deer population in England and Wales".
Calon y Cwm (Heart of the Valley) is established to benefit the residents of Garw Valley and the neighbourhood.
The CIO aims to improve social welfare for recreation and leisure in the locality and improve...
We have currently 2 cars which are available for use by our members. all members need a reasonably clean licence and must be over 25 years old. Membership fee is £30 per year and we...
Sustainable community development including tourism, waste minimisation, renewable energy; community planning. Normal office hours
An organic fruit and vegetable delivery scheme in Carmarthenshire bringing healthy food to the community.