Here follows a list of green spaces volunteer groups based across Brighton & Hove. They undertake an array of conservation type activities. If you are interested in volunteering then please select and contact one of the groups. If you have any questions or feedback please use our ‘Contact Us’ link.

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Albion Community Garden

Albion Community Garden is an urban space on Albion Street. We are supported by local small businesses and B&H City Council. Our aim is to create opportunities for gardening and growing food through newly formed friendship groups for the benefit of social and ecological good. Visit our garden where the gate is always open.…

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Beacon Hill, Friends of (Beacon Hill Local Nature Reserve, Rottingdean)

We are an informal group of people who value and appreciate our local Beacon Hill Nature Reserve and give a little time and practical help to maintain and develop it. Anyone can join us.…

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Bedford Square Garden Project Group

Our aim is to breathe new life into Bedford Square, overlooking the bandstand on the seafront, the square has the unexplored potential both as a pleasure garden and a community hub. Our focus is mainly on the gardens themselves with an emphasis on changing the tone from being unloved, unused and attractive to antisocial behaviour - towards a more community centred hub for everyone to enjoy.…

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Benfield Wildlife & Conservation Group

Having created one of Hove‚Äôs first Local Nature Reserves, linking the town to the Downs, we protect and enhance Benfield Hill and Valley. We encourage community involvement. Support is always needed to preserve the character of this important area. If you would like to help in any capacity, please contact us.…

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Bevendean & Moulsecoomb Nature Trail

A project creating a map and nature trail to connect up the green spaces in Bevendean and Moulsecoomb. We are linking with lots of local groups to highlight the value of these spaces and to support nature conservation in this area. The project involves tree and wildflower planting as well as improving accessibility.…

info: facebook email 07748 140486

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Bevendean Down, Friends of

Chalk grassland management & scrub clearance and more!…

info: website email email 07422 543872

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Blakers Park, Friends of

Since 1989 the Friends group is now a local institution focused on enhancing the park. We improve the area through our own planting program. We hold community events and support neighbourhood organisations and community groups that wish to use the park.…

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Brighton & Hove Archaeological Society



info: website twitter email 01273 607127 07789 2451060

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Brighton & Hove City Council

Checking the flocks of sheep used to conservation graze chalk downland green spaces across the city. Volunteers are trained in sheep welfare and grazing hardware. They can then choose sites and dates from a rota.…

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Brighton & Hove Cityparks Ranger Volunteers

Cityparks Rangers run a conservation volunteering group that works in parks and nature reserves across the City. Currently meeting every Wednesday and Friday at 10am. We send out an email once a week with details of the task and location, if you want to come, you just reply to the email. Some people come most weeks, others just a few times a year. If you‚Äôd like to go on the list, contact us.…

info: email website Neil Doyle 07810 150737

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Brighton & Hove Conservation Volunteers

Brighton Conservation Volunteers carry out a wide range of countryside tasks in the city and further afield, with the aim of managing and enhancing the natural environment.…

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Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

Get advice about the city's 70 community food growing projects and other food volunteering. From orchards to city centre parks, there is something for everyone.…

info: website facebook twitter email 01273 431716

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Brighton & Hove Friends of the Earth

Brighton & Hove Friends of the Earth is the local Friends of the Earth group in the city, but we often get involved in issues covered by the Greater Brighton area or the World Biosphere.…

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Brighton & Hove Organic Gardening Group

An organic, not-for-profit, community allotment run entirely by volunteers meeting on Sundays from 11am to 1pm. We have two plots on the Weald Allotments Nevill Avenue, Hove.…

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Brighton Greenway, Friends of

We meet regularly to help maintain this local wildlife site and pathway from New England Road to Brighton Station. We promote awareness of Brighton Greenway's wildlife significance and unique industrial heritage.…

info: website email twitter 07709 069486

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Brunswick Square & Terrace, Friends of

We are the residents association for Brunswick Square & Terrace and work with the council and Cityparks to help maintain and preserve the Square gardens and the byelaws relating to them. We have a small plot on the west side of the gardens, which we tend ourselves. We help organise litter picking in and around the gardens and take an active role in preserving the historic railings.…

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Brunswick Town in Bloom

Based within the historic Conservation area of Brunswick and Adelaide includes Brunswick and Palmeira Squares and Adelaide Crescent and the various Friends' groups work with the Council who maintain these areas.…

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Buzz Club The

The Buzz Club is a charity based at Sussex University which aims to engage people with pollination research and insect conservation. Members collect data from gardens and green spaces which helps us learn about the fascinating world of insects. We also work with local schools to help create more wildlife-friendly habitats. If you‚Äôd like to know more or are interested in volunteering please get in touch.…

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Coldean Community Forum

Our aims are to improve the environment in Coldean for the benefit of the residents. We have planted trees, bulbs, and are currently upgrading our local park. We hold monthly meetings to engage with our residents.…

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Coldean Community Garden – Haig Avenue Park

A local green project where residents are getting together to redesign Haig Avenue Park to make it more welcoming, encouraging to local wildlife and accessible to all.…

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Coldean Woods, Friends of

Woodland management and sustainable fuel production.…

info: email 07810 150737

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Craven Wood, Friends of

We help to manage an area of woodland in East Brighton on the west side of Whitehawk Hill commonly known as Craven Wood. The group is always looking for volunteers to help out in the woods.…

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Davis Park Hove, Friends of

We are a group of residents who live close to Davis Park in Hove. We are dedicated to caring for and improving our local park for all the community…

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Dyke Road Park, Friends of

Improving and enhancing the park.…

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The Green Centre

Our mission is to provide carefully researched and qualified, information and advice, to all members of the community on matters that have an effect on the future of our planet, locally, nationally and globally.…

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Hangleton Park, Friends of

General gardening maintenance.…

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HK Hedgehogs (Hangleton and Knoll area)

Hedgehog conservation group, doing community events, talks and research.…

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Hollingbury and Burstead Woods, Friends of

We maintain two areas of woodland on Brighton's urban fringe for wildlife to thrive and for people to enjoy.…

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Hollingdean Park, Friends of

Formed in 2017 to enable strong communication with local funds and development through the Council. Supported by Brighton Permaculture trust and managed using forest garden/Permaculture principles. We have 6-8 community action days per year.…

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House Sparrows Project, Brighton & Hove

To ensure a sustainable population of house sparrows across Brighton and Hove, raising awareness about their needs in order for them to thrive.…

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Hove Lagoon, Friends of

Our aim is to protect, preserve and improve the environment at Hove Lagoon for all its users.…

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Hove Park, Friends of

We work with the community and the city council to help maintain and improve our wonderful Hove Park. Hove Park is a Green Flag Park.…

info: website email twitter 07717 410690

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Ingram Crescent Gardening Group

The Ingram Crescent Estate consists of 401 flats within the Ingram Crescent areas on the North side of Portland Road. The gardening group is open to all residents of the Estate and immediate locale. Join the weekly gardening group (usually Sundays) where work is ongoing reclaiming the Rose Garden.…

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Keep the Ridge Green (Green Ridge)

We aim to protect, conserve and enhance wildlife, landscape, archaeological features, to provide public access and other recreation, to promote environmentally sustainable activities, to encourage community involvement and understanding and to secure adequate resources to achieve our aims.…

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Kemp Town Enclosures

Management of the 7.5 acres of seafront gardens belonging to the 100 houses of the Kemp Town Estate which comprises of Sussex Square and Lewes Crescent.…

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Kipling Gardens, Rottingdean

Assisting in maintenance of gardens as directed by the lead gardener, following health and safety guidelines. Jobs vary from season to season.…

info: website facebook email 07757 677583

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London Road Station Partnership

We have set up, and now maintain small community gardens - one ornamental, one edible, with a mini orchard of local fruit trees - and a composting facility at London Rd Station.…

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Montpelier & Clifton Hill Association

A registered local charity which seeks to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic or public interest in or affecting its area of benefit.…

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Natal Rd Allotments – Nature Site

Open to anyone - We develop and maintain a wildlife area on an unused, steep part of the Natal Road allotment site. The workgroup meet 1st Saturday in the month. Activities have included digging a large pond, building steps, clearing brambles, planting wildflowers & trees and keeping paths clear. We have created a range of habitats and have monitored increasing wildlife bio-diversity since 2015.…

info: website email Liz Yeats 07751 131439

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Norfolk Square Garden Project

We are a warm welcoming gardening group that gets together twice a month on a week day evening to make a difference to this central Brighton park to make it more inviting and beautiful for everyone to enjoy. We hold regular events and are making a community hot spot out of this green space.…

info: facebook email Keith 07960 028321

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Nurture Through Nature

We help to alleviate food poverty by working with volunteers to grow veg on an allotment and donate it to local food banks. We provide the veg as and when food banks can use it as they don't have cold storage facilities Volunteers gain from giving back to their community and learn about growing veg in a friendly, social group. People can volunteer for short or long periods. Session times vary. Details are on our website.…

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Ovingdean Residents & Preservation Society

Our mission is to promote and preserve the amenities and ambiance of the area. This involves enhancing the green canopy, encouraging the care of trees, hedges and village planters. We have been instrumental in setting up a wildlife corridor that runs from the South Downs at Meadow Vale to the sea at Beacon Hill. In 2020 we will hold our second Green Festival mid-summer celebration.…

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Palmeira & Adelaide Garden Fund

We are a small group dedicated to fundraising to support our beautiful green spaces in Palmeira Square and Adelaide Crescent. We also carry out regular clean ups and occasional planting.…

info: website facebook email email 07854 038925

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Friends of Palmeira & Adelaide

Located between the landmark Floral Clock and Hove seafront lawns, the elegant square and crescent sweep around two gardens within the Brunswick Town Conservation Area. There are many volunteering opportunities.…

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Patcham Gardening Network

Newly formed gardening club. To share knowledge, skill, plants vis monthly meetings and an on-line platform.…

info: website email 07502 220354

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Patcham Peace Garden (Patcham University of the Third Age/U3A.)

General gardening maintenance.…

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Plot 22, Weald Allotments, Hove

PLOT 22 is a community allotment on the Weald Allotments in Hove. We provide communal gardening and outdoor cooking opportunities for local volunteers and vulnerable groups to help reduce social isolation and increase nature connection. We‚Äôve been running since 2010 and became a charity in 2016.…

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Portslade Green Gym

We are an independent organisation. Conservation work is carried out every Thursday morning on behalf of various parties, including local ‚ÄòFriends of‚Äô groups, the city council (via the Friends of groups and their Rangers), the National Trust, church authorities and charities.…

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Preston Manor Gardens

We meet on Tuesdays between 10 and 1 to carry out general garden maintenance and horticulture, mainly in the walled gardens of Preston Manor.…

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Preston Park Demo Garden

This community garden is cared for by volunteers and supported by Brighton & Hove Food Partnership. The volunteer group meets weekly and grows fruit, veg and flowers using organic methods. The garden is open to everyone to enjoy and is a tranquil spot to watch the world go by or the get inspired to grow your own. Volunteers always welcome.…

info: Caroline Whiteman email

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Preston Park Rock Garden (The Rockery)

Volunteer group meet at the Rock Garden Chalet every Wednesday at 10am. We do all general gardening tasks from weeding, pruning, edging, dead heading and planting.…

info: email facebook Andy Jeavons 07743 540147

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Preston Park Rose Garden Volunteers

Meeting at the Rose Garden pond every Tuesday at 10am. Maintaining Preston Park's stunning Rose Garden to a high standard. Weeding, pruning, dead heading etc and anything needed to keep the area looking superb.…

info: email facebook Andy Jeavons 07743 540147

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Preston Park Volunteers

Meeting at the Rock Garden Chalet every Thursday at 10am, we look after the horticultural areas of Preston Park.. The front beds along the A23 opposite the Rockery, the dahlia walk between the tennis courts, the "annual border" the other side of the tennis courts and basically any area of Preston Park that requires maintenance.…

info: email facebook Andy Jeavons 07743 540147

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Friends of Preston Park

We are a happy voluntary group of seven on the committee, and nearly 500 members. We exist to promote and protect the park. We provide regular updates on issues that affect the park and organise events that celebrate the park and bring the park community together.…

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Queens Park, Friends of

We are a group of local volunteers who aim to maintain and improve the facilities of our park for all its users.…

info: website facebook email 07761 674827

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Racehill Community Orchard

Orchard maintenance, scrub clearance, mulching and tree planting on four acres of open access land run by the Brighton Permaculture Trust. The area has nature and conservation in mind as well as being a community space. Volunteers very welcome on Sundays and Tuesdays.…

info: website facebook email 07746 185927

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Regency Square Area Society

The Regency Square Area Society (including Clarence & Russell Squares) has been working for over 30 years to foster a real sense of community by helping local residents and businesses to deal with the challenges of this busy and crowded area. We have funded two benches in Regency Square and liaise with the Food Partnership on composting. We have an active, CityParks accredited volunteer gardening group which works across our squares.…

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Regency Square, Friends of

Friends of Regency Square are working to increase footfall for local businesses. With the l360 in such close proximity we are working with the Council to select appropriate events and attractions, we are actively seeking local support for this.…

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Rottingdean in Bloom

Our aim is to help Rottingdean look blooming good. We are a group of about 12 volunteers who plant and maintain various areas and planters around the village. We also support village entries in the South and South East in Bloom Competitions.…

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The Round Hill Society

To promote the appreciation and improvement of our neighbourhood.…

info: website email 01273 673511

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Roundhill Green Spaces

Round Hill Green Spaces was set up in 2019 to facilitate a number of small, community-led greening projects within the Round Hill area of Brighton. We aim to enhance the natural environment and welcome new volunteers.…

info: facebook Dominic Furlong email Jane Power email

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Saltdean Green Spaces, Friends of

We aim to preserve and care for all of the green spaces and Rights Of Way in Saltdean East and West.…

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Saunders Park

Help turn this public park into an edible community garden with Brighton & Hove Food Partnership. Regular volunteer days ‚Äì see website and contacts.…

info: website facebook email email 01273 234810

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Secret Garden – St Leonards Church, Hove



info: email Joi Jones 07803 704 934

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Sheepcote Valley, Friends of

The group is working to improve Sheepcote Valley‚Äôs social and environmental aspects. We are tree planting, step-building, litter picking, pond clearing and creating walkways.…

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Special Branch Tree Nursery, Stanmer Park

Special Branch Tree Nursery, founded in 1997, is a voluntary nature conservation group, raising native tree and hedgerow shrubs from locally sourced seeds for nearby environmental projects. We meet every Friday at Stanmer Organics.…

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St Ann’s Well Gardens, Friends of

We aim to promote the preservation, restoration and improvement of St Ann‚Äôs Well Gardens for the education and benefit of the public. By associating the local authority and local community in a common effort to improve social welfare for recreation and leisure time.…

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St Nicholas’ Green Spaces

A happy band of community gardeners meet weekly to help maintain and enhance the green spaces around St Nicholas' church in central Brighton, working mainly in the Rest Garden, children's community garden and memorial garden in the main churchyard.…

info: email 07572 521360

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St Peter’s Churchyard Volunteers Preston Park

Every Thursday morning we come together to manage the churchyard and adjacent wildlife area in a sustainable manner. Encouraging wild flowers and wild life.…

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Stanford and Cleveland Community Garden

The garden was created in 2013 when Cleveland Road was narrowed. We grow flowers, wildflowers, vegetables, herbs, soft fruits and apples. We meet on Thursdays between 10 am and 12 noon.…

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Stanmer Preservation Society

The Stanmer Preservation Society was founded in 1971 and is a charity committed to improving, protecting and preserving the village of Stanmer and its environment for the benefit of the public. Stanmer has recently been successful in winning Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund funding.…

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Stoneham Park, Friends of

We are a warm and welcoming group dedicated to the well being of our lovely local park in Hove.…

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Surrenden Field, Friends of

Our aim is to protect, conserve and enhance Surrenden Field as a place of freedom, recreation and enjoyment for the long-term benefit of all sections of the local community.…

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The Grange Rottingdean

The volunteering team meet at the Lutyens designed garden of The Grange on the 3rd Thursday of every month. They welcome gardeners across the spectrum of knowledge, from none to lots and provide tools and refreshments. Starts at 10.30 finishes around 12.30. If you would like to join them please email.…

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The Level, Communities Forum

The Level Communities Forum works closely with the city council to help provide community activities and events so that this restored park continues to offer a warm welcome to all. The Level has a full-time onsite Garden Manager, who also runs a weekly volunteer garden club. The park was restored thanks to a major grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund in 2013.…

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The Level, Volunteer Gardeners

Under the guidance of the on-site Garden Manager, you'll have the opportunity to learn a whole host of new things, make new friends and be part of the team that cares for one of the largest public spaces in the city. We meet every week on Thursday mornings.…

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Three Cornered Copse, Friends of

Three Cornered Copse is a triangle of partly wooded downland that separates the residential streets of Woodland Drive and Woodland Avenue in Hove. The group meet together regularly to keep it beautiful for the love of it.…

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Vale Park Portslade, Friends of

We are a voluntary group keen to involve our local community in maintaining a park that everyone can enjoy and be proud of.…

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Victoria Park Portslade, Friends of

Our group is for anyone in the local community who uses or cares about Victoria Park, Portslade and wants to see better and new facilities in the park. Help us fundraise, campaign and influence to create a better environment for all park users.…

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Waterhall, Friends of

A group of volunteers who concern themselves with all aspects of looking after Waterhall Valley and Downland. Winter sheep grazing helps maintain sections of the conservation area and bramble and scrub clearance enable paths to be kept open. Native tree and shrub planting continue to improve the local environment. We hold workdays every 3 months. All ages welcome.…

info: website email 01273 882695

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Waterloo Street Community Garden

Situated between The Old Market Theatre and the Waterloo Street Arch in Hove, the garden was set up in the early 00's with the aim of creating a ‚Äúgarden for the gardenless". In recent years, events have conspired to make the garden feel a little less loved but we are now in the process of reviving and reinventing this space - any and all help, most welcome.…

info: facebook email Go Fund Me Claire 07910 936 301

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Westdene Green, Friends of

We promote and protect Westdene Green as a multipurpose community space and bring people together through events and community action. At The Barn on the Green we aim to help build a more connected community by creating a focal point for a variety of enriching activities, social events and information and by engaging local people of all ages.…

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Wildflower Conservation Society – Brighton & beyond

We manage the gathering and propagation of local wildflower seeds and then arrange the planting in sites across the city. We are based in Stanmer Village and are always on the lookout for new volunteers.…

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William Clarke Park, Friends of

The Friends of William Clarke Park is a not-for-profit community organisation with a mission to improve a small green space (also known as 'The Patch') situated in the Hanover and Elm Grove ward of Brighton and Hove and promote it as a focus for local community life. We are dedicated to making the space a cleaner and safer environment for all local people to enjoy and to create events to bring the community together.…

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Wish Park Hove, Friends of

We enjoy enhancing many aspects of the park for all who use it - people and wildlife.…

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Withdean & Westdene Woods Local Nature Reserve (TWEACK)

TWEACK manage both Withdean and Westdene Woods and a small strip of woodland between Eldred Avenue and the railway, now designated as a Local Nature Reserve (LNR.) Since 1993 members have helped purchase land, made significant improvements to access, organised working groups and held events.…

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Withdean Park Dog Walking Community (Withdog)

We hold work-days in the park in partnership with Friends of Withdean Park to maintain the ‚ÄúPuppy Park‚Äù fence and keep it safe and secure for people and dogs.…

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Withdean Park, Friends of

Promoting the wellbeing of Withdean Park, its natural environment and former National Lilac Collection for the enjoyment of the public.…

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Woodbourne Meadow, Friends of

Our group works on enhancing and protecting the area of meadow and woodland alongside the Ditchling Road and Cuckmere Way, whilst also aiming to increase public access and involvement.…

info: facebook email 01273 880098

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Woodingdean Wilderness

A hidden urban oasis tucked between Warren Road, a cow pasture and a mature 200+ year old woodland. It is looked after by a friendly group whose aim is to protect, conserve and enhance the biodiversity of the land. There are lots of opportunities to learn new nature based practical skills and to develop knowledge about wildlife and conservation. We hold regular community engagement workday events onsite. All are welcome.…

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