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01 Feb 2012Sheffield Pupils at Hunters Bar and Porter Croft Infant Schools are all set to raise 400 Brown Trout in their classrooms, for release later this year into the Porter Brook River.
26 Jan 2012Sheffield M&S and Groundwork partner up to launch @myurbangreen – a campaign to reconnect communities with their local green spaces. Find out how to get involved in South Yorkshire.
10 Jan 2012Rockingham, Rotherham Shoppers in Rockingham can look forward to a newly renovated green space, thanks to the efforts of local young people and funding secured from SITA Trust.
20 Dec 2011Rotherham Two groups of talented Rotherham youngsters have written, reorded and performed their own songs to raise funds for charities close to their hearts.
23 Nov 2011Shiregreen, Sheffield A team of eleven volunteers from Veolia Environmental Services got their hands dirty at Hinde House Secondary School's allotments.
01 Nov 2011Tinsley Canal A bright new mural now adorns a building alongside the Sheffield Canal, thanks to the hard work of local teenagers.
26 Oct 2011Doncaster Don Valley MP Caroline Flint visited Hatfield Moors to see how pupils from Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School are learning from nature through our C U in the Wild project.
13 Oct 2011Sheffield After the success of our beekeeping project which ended earlier this year, we are delighted to have secured additional funding to continue from Viridor Credits Ltd and Garfield Weston Foundation.
11 Oct 2011Sheffield Our partners the River Stewardship Company are working with the Environment Agency on an ambitious project to help improve local waterways.
05 Oct 2011Sheffield The transformation of an underused piece of land on Hickmott Road has begun. This pocket park will become a new amenity space for local residents, making the most of its location overlooking the Porter Brook waterway.
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