Helping the community go green

We support local schools & organisation with green projects. Let us know if you need help with yours.


What is the Green Goals Project?

The award-winning Green Goals project is a unique partnership linking football, education and business which aims to improve the local environment, raise environmental awareness and deliver benefits for the community as a whole. Funding up to a maximum of £5000 can be applied for individual projects which contribute towards improving opportunities for active travel (walking, cycling etc.).

These projects help remove barriers which prevent residents/visitors choosing alternatives to the car when travelling around the local area, helping people keep fit and to improve their local environment.

You can apply for funding online by completing the Green Goals Getting About Community Fund Application Form and returning either via email or post. Alternatively contact Linda Maguire on 01202 451165 for further information. Terms and conditions apply. Some projects that have been funded are:

The Nectar Sector & Wildlife Strip, Avonbourne School

  • Eco Group – The Nectar Sector: Purchasing two bee hives to address decline in bee population. Local expert will support young people. Use honey in canteen or sell to community
  • Princes Trust – The Wildlife Strip: To create a wildlife strip of annual and perennial wildflowers selected to attract butterflies and moths to aid conservation

Birch Drive Project, Townsend Community Association

Extension of project to incorporate more areas. Encouraging and supporting residents to maintain and improve their gardens, communal gardens in flats and to take on the clearance and maintenance of green spaces in the local area.

Secret Garden, Bethany School, St Clement’s Church & Urban Herbs

Food growing, teaching/learning area, environmental/wildlife area, pond. Equipment (solar kit, nature viewer bug jars, contribution towards educational cabin and more)

Slades Farm Community Garden, Transition Bournemouth

To further develop in creating a wildlife hedge to border the meadow at the west of the garden, and to establish peripheral planting around the new pond. Increase bio-diversity, attract more pollinators and increase fruit and vegetable yields.


We actively support local schools, setting green projects and have been guest judges on end of year eco school projects. Please get in touch if you think we can help you.

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