people's choice shortlist

  • Bath WI Edible Garden

    Bath WI have created and sustained this beautiful garden in the heart of Royal Victoria Park. This peaceful haven provides a therapeutic spot for visitors to sit and relax.

  • Dame Emily Park Project

    DEPP is group of local people who care about their park and ensure it is well connected with local initiatives. Our community garden brings together people of all different backgrounds and gives the neighbourhood a stronger identity and sense of purpose.

  • Friends of Brislington Brook

    We are a group of local people who love Nightingale Valley and St Anne's Woods. We have monthly work parties (litter pick, invasive weed control etc) and we  organise social events like nature walks and a family picnic.

  • Friends of Hedgemead Park

    The group cares for this beautiful Victorian park in the city of Bath, for all to enjoy. Its aims are conservation and improvement of the park’s infrastructure; fostering wildlife and biodiversity; prioritising planting to reduce airborne pollution; succession tree planting; organising community events; promoting the park’s history and heritage.

  • Friends of Royate Hill Local Nature Reserve

    Our group brings people together from the local community and beyond to look after the wildlife oasis that is Royate Hill Local Nature Reserve. Through our work so far we have cleared tonnes of rubbish, installed birdboxes and bug hotels and helped to maintain the reserve's fabulous habitats so it continues to be a home for wildlife as well as a place for visitors to enjoy

  • Grow Batheaston

    Grow Batheaston is a community group soon to become a charity which arose during the first lockdown by a group of residents wanting to improve the village offering for all residents. We have 4 key aims: strengthen community, create food security, encourage biodiversity and promote sustainable living.

  • Grow Green Carolina, Kingsdown

    Grow Green Carolina is a grassroot movement of 30 plus low income social housing residents in Dove Street Kingsdown who have come together to reclaim and improve our community green spaces and foster wellbeing. We have brought together children, key workers and the most vulnerable members of our community, using recycled materials to improve biodiversity in our urban area.

  • Hillfields Community Garden

    Hillfields Community Garden is a welcoming space for everyone in Hillfields, East Bristol. The Garden brings people together through relaxed groups and social events which improve wellbeing by connecting with nature. .

Vote now!

Nominations for the 2021 People’s Choice category are open until Wednesday 26th January at 5pm. The winning group will receive a £200 contribution towards their work!