Here’s a snapshot of our projects in Manchester (and further afield…)

Eat Green (UK) is an award-winning voluntary organisation dedicated to helping people save money and eat green.

Below is a snapshot of our projects, past and present, in Manchester and further afield.

2015 –

     External catering, cookery demos & staff away days

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2014

Garden tool library at Westcroft Community Centre, Burnage

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Community garden at Westcroft Community Centre, Burnage

2013–2014

Fresh fruit and veg bank at Westcroft Community Centre, Burnage

2014–

Wildflower haven for local bees

2014–

Didsbury Garden Tool Library – Didsbury Library, Wilmslow Road

Past:

We should be very grateful for assistance with funding in order to continue the following successful pilot projects, and indeed roll them out elsewhere. 

Please email us if you would like further details or are able to help.

Alternatively, if our projects have helped you in some way, please let us know by filling in a ‘pledge your support’ form. Your feedback will go a long way in helping us to attract more funding and support.

Thank you.

2014

Wish You Were Here: a nationwide anti-litter campaign focused on recording the kinds of litter we find.

2013–

Monthly recipe club for cookery school graduates

2013–

Fog Lane Park Community Orchard

2012–

Landshare plots in South Manchester

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Read about our Didsbury Diggers landshare

2011–

Fletcher Moss Community Orchard

2011–

The Eat Green Cookery School: free 6-week ‘learn to cook’ and ‘cooking on a budget’ classes in Didsbury, Old Moat, Burnage, Openshaw and Moss Side

2011–

Low-carbon community cookbook

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Didsbury Dinners

Our awards:

RHS Silver Gilt Level, North West in Bloom 2015
Winner, Blossoming Communities Award 2014
Winner, M.E.N. Environmental Champion Award 2014
Winner, Women Protecting Our Environment Award 2013 & 2014

Stay tuned!