Our aims and objectives, impact on the ground and how we operate within a federation of charities.
The main themes of our work and some of our most important initiatives
What we can do for the wide range of people and organisations that we work with.
Find out the latest about how we're changing places and lives.
Further your career or help us make a difference.
How to get in touch with our team
Groundwork helps individuals,
schools and organisations to take practical action against the
effects of climate change.
Out in the community we
help to change behaviours and limit personal environmental impacts,
through encouraging walking and cycling, promoting local, healthy,
home grown food.
Our Green Doctor service helps residents save
energy and money on their fuel bills, through free advice and
simple energy saving measures.
our Environmental Business
Services team provides training and advice to organisations on
environmental business issues, including how to cut carbon to save
For more information, please see examples
of previous projects below, plus you
can download our Greener
Living & Working leaflet.
Emily Thompson, Partnerships &
0113 238 email@example.com
Location: Marlborough Street Estate, Central Leeds Residents of the Marlborough Street estate can now relax as well as get involved in food growing and gardening activities on their doorstep thanks to the development of two brand new garden areas on land once dominated by concrete paving slabs.
Location: Leeds The Green Doctor team provided energy efficiency gadgets and advice to help Mrs Williamson keep her fuel bills down
Location: Halifax The Green Doctor team has been working hard in Calderdale to deliver energy efficiency savings and keep residents warm. Read Philip's story...
Location: Leeds 2012 saw the 25th anniversary of Groundwork Leeds. Find out how the Trust began and explore some of the fantastic projects we've been involved in with local people and organisations during our history.
Location: Tynwald Woods Tynwald Woods was transformed from being an overgrown, unusable space to an urban oasis which can be enjoyed by all members of the community.
Location: Leeds Pupils from Little London Primary School in Leeds design their own 'sustainable spaces'!