St Leonard’s Church, Dinnington
Eco Church is a scheme run by A Rocha UK, a Christian conservation project. It is an awards scheme that enables churches all over the country to work towards environmentally friendly practices. At St Leonard’s church Dinnington we recently planted an area in the churchyard to attract birds, bees and butterflies, as well as adding feeders and a wildlife bath. We also write articles and have designed posters highlighting the climate crisis and encouraging others to care for the environment. St Leonards has a Bronze Award and we are looking forward to engaging with others and sharing ideas.
Environmental Action South Yorkshire (EASY)
Marnie and Deborah formed Environmental Action South Yorkshire (EASY) after being involved in the Harthill Against Fracking campaign. We wanted to do something FOR rather than against, so our aim is to use land for mini (or large) rewilding projects that includes all-comers who want to get involved. We have experience of working with children, young people, and adults and cordially invite anyone to join in. We are particularly welcoming of anyone who identifies as Black, LGBTQ+, as having mental health problems or disabilities. The Covid-19 crisis has temporarily halted our main activities, but the climate crisis carries on, therefore so do we by continuing to lobby for an equitable, clean and green future.
Rawmarsh & Parkgate Friends of Green Spaces
We are a group of people who would like to live in a litter free community. We regularly hold litter picking meet ups around the local area.
Droppingwell Action Group
Residents of Kimberworth are opposing the reopening of Grange Landfill in Kimberworth, We would very much like your support in opposing this potential catastrophe for both our community and the local wildlife and environment.
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