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Camden Green GymCharles Darwin House 2,WC1X 8TZLondon51.5234584-0.1150205UK#FF4646https://www.tcv.org.uk/london/green-gym-london/camden-green-gymhttps://www.facebook.com/TheConservationVolunteersLondonhttps://twitter.com/GreenGymCamdenBiodiversityConservation
Social Cohesion
LonelinessWellbeing
Every day The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) works across the UK to create healthier and happier communities for everyone - communities where our activities have a lasting impact on people’s health, prospects and outdoor places.In Camden, The Conservation Volunteers work across a large number of sites in the borough, from tiny hidden nature areas generally unseen by the public, to major public spaces like Primrose Hill, Regent’s Park and London Zoo. Get involved with The Conservation Volunteers every Tuesday and Thursday, 10:45am - 2pm.
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Kentish Town City Farm1 Cressfield Close, off Grafton RoadLondon51.5522224-0.1494325UK#FF4646http://ktcityfarm.org.uk/https://www.facebook.com/ktcityfarm/
https://twitter.com/ktcityfarm?lang=en
ChildrenCommunity
Kentish Town City Farm is a community charity that helps city people connect with animals, nature and the environment. The farm is situated on a four-acre site, alongside two railway lines in the inner London Borough of Camden. There are approximately 50 animals, with pasture areas, a riding arena, a wildlife pond and community gardens.
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Good GymSomerset House, Strand WC2R 1LALondon51.511059-0.117148UK#FF4646https://www.goodgym.org/
https://www.facebook.com/goodgym
SportsRunning
We get fit by doing good in the following three ways, through mission runs, coach runs and group runs. In mission runs we run to help out older people with one-off practical tasks that they are no longer able to do on their own. Missions give us a reason to run different routes and make a big impact on someone's life too. In coach runs we run to make social visits to isolated older people who we call ‘our coaches’, they motivate us to keep going. In group runs we run in groups to do physical tasks for community organizations. We're open in 39 areas all across the UK, from Barnet to York.
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Camden CyclistsPrimrose Hill Community CentreLondon51.5398371-0.1552151UK#FF4646
http://camdencyclists.org.uk/contact/e-bulletin/
https://www.facebook.com/camdencyclists/?hc_ref=ARTmIFXb_CUVL8g2rYDP5FJ1u9ibWKvYWRLo0Ya2nuMuyWz5tRhSyz6ItZ4l5FIS-W0&fref=nf
https://twitter.com/camdencyclists?lang=da
CyclingPoliticsRoads
Camden Cyclists is the Camden Branch of the London Cycling Campaign. We are a 12,000-strong membership charity, making sure that everyone who cycles, or wants to cycle, has a voice in Greater London.
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Camden Friends of the Earth
The Grafton, 20 Prince of Wales Rd, NW5 3LG
London51.54672-0.144486UK#FF4646
http://www.camdenfoe.org.uk
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2264761822/about/
https://twitter.com/camdenfoe
Clean Energy
Camden Friends of the Earth campaigns for solutions to environmental problems – for action to create a better, greener Camden (and beyond!). We’re all volunteers and are active across the London Borough of Camden – we meet monthly, hold stalls at local festivals, community fairs and markets, organise events and film screenings, and campaign online. As part of the wider network of over 200 local Friends of the Earth groups, we campaign on both local and national issues. We collaborate with other local groups and organisations, and feed back on council and MP decision-making to achieve positive change for our environment, our health, and our community.
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Camden Health Kick45 Ashdown Cres, Belsize Park, NW5 4QELondon51.5502599-0.1517326UK#FF4646
https://www.camdenhealthkick.org.uk
https://www.facebook.com/Camdenhealthkick/
https://twitter.com/camhealthkick?lang=da
Community
We are a project offering you and your family fun, free, and educational activities for you to enjoy together. Come along and connect with other members of the community as well as learn new skills to improve your health & wellbeing.
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Work with DirtWestminster, New Zealand House, LondonLondon51.507764-0.131468UK#FF4646
https://www.workwithdirt.com/
https://www.facebook.com/projectdirt/
https://twitter.com/projectdirt
OutdoorsUrban RealmCommunity
We believe that for local communities everywhere to thrive, businesses need to seize the opportunity to be a catalyst that sparks collective action and makes good things happen. We deliver inspiring and impactful Community Campaigns that galvanise the local community and enable organisations to bring their brand values to life.
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Living Streets
Universal House, 88-94 Wentworth Street, E1 7SA
London51.534749-0.124584UK#FF4646
https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/what-you-can-do/local-groups/kings-cross-camden
https://twitter.com/livingstreetskx
Biking
Urban Transportation
Urban Realm
King's Cross (Camden) Living Streets Group aims to make King's Cross more accessible for pedestrians, and to promote active travel.

 We are working together with neighbours on the formation of a neighbourhood forum across the area which bridges the boroughs of Camden and Islington. We are cooperating on King's Cross area redevelopment with the established Islington Living Streets Group. This focuses on walkability and liveable streets in the entire neighbourhood around the railway stations. Help us join up existing pathways, so people can walk and cycle more freely, pleasantly and safely. You can also get involved with the regenerating streetscape in and around Kings Cross and St Pancras stations.
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London Permaculture Network
20 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9RELondon51.5251968-0.126459UK#FF4646
http://www.londonpermaculture.com
https://www.facebook.com/londonpermaculture/
Local FoodBiodiversityGreen SpacesConservation
The London Permaculture Network was set up in spring 2010 to enable setting up the London Permaculture Festival which took place at Cecil Sharp House in August to a packed house of over 900 people. We are currently setting up a London Permaculture Teachers Network, providing information stalls at events across the greater London area and building an online presence that does justice to what is happening on the ground.
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Of Butterflies and BeesSt Pauls CE Primary school NW3London51.5417103-0.1626545UK#FF4646
http://ofbutterfliesandbees.co.uk
https://twitter.com/HeeledGardener
Green SpacesBiodiversityLocal food Climate change
Children/Schools
We are an alliance of RHS trained gardeners passionate about turning your outside space into a beautiful and wildlife-friendly habitat – bringing beneficial plants, butterflies and bees into your life and supporting the natural environment. If you already have an established garden but are thinking about turning some part of it into a wildflower habitat, that would be fine too – we are also busy bees when it comes to pruning and general garden maintenance.
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Bring Back the Butterflies
Hampsted Green NW3London51.5532337-0.167471UK#FF4646
http://bringbackthebutterflies.org.uk/the-gardens/
BiodiversityGreen Spaces
We want to bring back the butterflies! Due to the ever increasing human population, wildlife is being marginalised, exiled to the periphery of our civilised existence. As the most intelligent species to have evolved on our singular planet, we sincerely believe that we have a moral obligation to safeguard the future of all wildlife whose right to exist is no less than our own. Enthused with this ethos, the Camden Butterfly Trust aims to establish a network of bee-friendly butterfly conservation gardens throughout the London borough of Camden.
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Project Dirt CamdenBassett St, NW5 4PHLondon51.5495314-0.1520607UK#FF4646
http://projectdirt.com/cluster/camden/
https://www.facebook.com/projectdirt/
https://twitter.com/CamdenDirters
CommunityGreen Spaces
Project Dirt is the UK’s most active network connecting and resourcing community projects.We know that communities and their projects can change the world. We’re using social media for a purpose: to connect, promote and resource passionate people and their projects. Project Dirt is a “doing” network, showcasing what’s happening in your communities. Why? So that people and projects can engage with each other, as well as the organisations looking to resource them.
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Transition Network97 Haverstock Hill, Belsize Park, NW3 4RLLondon51.5468369-0.1589129UK#FF4646
https://transitionnetwork.org/transition-near-me/initiatives/primrose-hill/
https://www.facebook.com/transitionnetwork
https://twitter.com/transitiontowns
Community
Social Cohesion
Transition is a movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world. People do Transition for all sorts of reasons: to get to know their neighbours; feel like they are making a difference in the world; catalyse all manner of new projects, enterprises and investment opportunities; learn new skills; feel like they are creating a new story for their place.
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Cecil Sharp House
Cecil Sharp House 2 Regent’s Park Road NW1 7AY
London51.538084-0.149254UK#FF4646
https://www.cecilsharphouse.org/csh-visit-us/csh-garden
https://www.facebook.com/cecilsharphouse
https://twitter.com/cecilsharphouse
BiodiversityGreen SpacesCommunity
The Cecil Sharp House garden is a low maintenance permaculture design inspired by the folk adage: one for the birds, one for the bugs and one for me which chimes very well with the permaculture ethos of earth care, people care, fair shares. It is based on working with the soil-food-web, wildlife and plants as co-gardeners to maintain health and fertility.
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