Useful local links

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Somerset Council – They have a great resource called Somerset’s Repair Network where you can find your local repair group. We recommend you contact the groups directly if you are interested in getting an item fixed or volunteering with them. Another great resource is The Local Pantry Network in Somerset  where you can find the locations of Somersets 9 independent Local Pantries. These community groups collect surplus food and make it available to their members to prevent it going to waste.  

Spark Somerset – The Spark A Change page is a place to advertise local volunteering opportunities.  

Carymoor Environmental Trust – This is the place to be for inspirational environmental themed school trips, family events and courses. 

Edventure – Edventure supports community entrepreneurship in Somerset (UK) – Frome & Taunton. 

Somerset Climate Action Network (CAN)  – Somerset CAN is a resource for all aspects of local climate action. They are dedicated to enabling the changes needed to drive down emissions whilst adapting to existing climate change.  

Somerset Community Foundation – A charity who helps Somerset individuals and communities by funding local charities and providing rewarding and impactful ways for donors to give to causes and places they care about.  

Somerset Wildlife Trust – Somerset Wildlife Trust have some great resources on nature-based community action as part of their Team Wilder. You can view their resources here.

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We support and help community action groups who focus on re-use, repair, reduction, sharing, surplus food or composting.

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