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Green Groups

Looking to volunteer with a green group in Nottingham? We can help you find groups in your local area.

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How to find groups

There are a number of green groups across the city – all of them are different! Some groups are based on a single green space, others look after a number of spaces and some organisations are city wide. Green groups take the form of Friends of groups, community groups and associations. Green groups offer different opportunities, from conservation tasks to fundraising. There is a social side to joining a green group plus lots of groups like to have a cake break during their session!

Green Groups

Nottingham Open Spaces Forum

The Nottingham Open Spaces Forum (NOSF) is an independent charity which exists to support the many friends groups, volunteers and other community stakeholders who are crucial to the well-being of our open and green spaces.

Find out more about NOSF and their charitable objectives on their website.

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Valley Road Water Meadow
Nottingham

Friends of Valley Road Park and Water Meadow

The BRAND NEW Friends of Valley Road Park and Water Meadow meet monthly to imrpove this open space for people and for wildlife.


Friends of Wollaton Local Nature Reserves
Nottingham

Friends of Wollaton Local Nature Reserves

The FOWLNR's care for Martins Pond, Harrison Plantation and Raleigh Pond in Wollaton with regular Saturday volunteering sessions.


Friends of Colwick Woods LNR logo
Nottingham

Friends of Colwick Woods Local Nature Reserve

The Friends of Colwick Woods is a volunteer group whose aim is to protect & improve the woods for the Local Community. It works with the Nottingham City Council as well as other Community & Volunteer Groups.

Email: focw.enquiries@gmail.com
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Nottingham City Local Access Forum

We are an independent and voluntary advisory body set up under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. Since 2004 we have been promoting and protecting public access and rights of way across Nottingham.

Email: John.lee@nottinghamcity.gov.uk
Nottingham

STAA

Get involved with a range of practical or support roles in allotment gardening, horticulture, wildlife conservation and heritage at our projects on the unique 75 acre inner- city heritage allotment site at St Ann’s Allotments.

Email: Volunteer@staa-allotments.org.uk
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Friends of Sunrise Hill

We do litter picking, tree planting, hedge trimming and general maintenance. We would love to improve Sunrise Hill for both nature and the local community, with raised beds, wildflowers, bird boxes and anything else that would enhance the area. But we need your help!

Email: friendsofsunrisehill@gmail.com
Nottingham

The Renewal Trust

We manage St Ann’s Allotments, a Grade 2* heritage site and working allotments situated less than 2km from Nottingham City Centre. We enable well-being programmes, volunteer activities and public events. We work in collaboration with our site partners as well as local, regional and national organisations.


Nottingham

Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens

Email: gardens@amcgardens.co.uk
Nottingham

Green’s Windmill Trust

Our garden is cared for by a team of fantastic volunteers every Friday. It features a Victorian style greenhouse, wildlife pond, vegetable beds and summer house with outdoor pizza oven. The garden is an extension to the heritage of the mill, providing an educational resource and a place for relaxation and tranquillity.

Email: info@greensmill.org.uk
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