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Greenwood Craft Workshop

New traditional oak handrail created in our Greenwood Craft workshop

Back in December 2017, we received the good news that our 'Green Woodland Community Project' application had been shortlisted in the Tesco Bags of Help initiative (see previous post). Tesco customers in local stores then voted for their favourite project and, last month, we were awarded £2k funding. What is the Green Woodland Community Project? … Continue reading New traditional oak handrail created in our Greenwood Craft workshop

1st month as volunteer - Jan 2018

The first month in the life of a Steel Valley Project volunteer

Here at the Steel Valley Project, we rely heavily on our team of volunteers - from working on practical conservation tasks at local nature sites, right through to involvement in environmental education sessions with local schools and communities. How do I become a volunteer? We advertise for volunteers in a wide variety of places - … Continue reading The first month in the life of a Steel Valley Project volunteer

Tesco Bags of Help, Sensicall Park

Steel Valley Project shortlisted for Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ scheme

The Steel Valley Project has received the news that our recent application for the 'Tesco Bags of Help' scheme has been successful, meaning that our 'Green Woodland Community Project' in Oughtibridge is being put forward to a customer vote in three Tesco stores (Barnsley Road in Fir Vale, Dykes Hall in Hillsborough and Herries Road … Continue reading Steel Valley Project shortlisted for Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ scheme