Learning through Landscapes is looking for groups in Liverpool to take part in their project: My School, My Planet

Learning through Landscapes is looking for voluntary and community groups in Liverpool to take part in a project focusing on schools, community and climate change.

Learning through Landscapes (LtL) is the UK’s national school grounds charity. They have run similar projects previously and now want to focus on Liverpool!

The project is called My School, My Planet. It brings schools and community groups together to learn about climate change and its impact in the UK and around the world. It also includes planning and making physical changes to school grounds and community spaces in response – it is about doing as well as learning. It is free to all taking part.

They are looking for any type of community group to participate, but you will need to have access to an outside space that can be changed (it can be very small) and a willingness to work with a local school.

Previously, they have added planters to a supermarket car park, improved the raised beds in community gardens, worked with faith groups and helped people make changes in their own gardens, window boxes and balconies.

They would like people to get in touch as soon as they can if they want to know more and if they want to talk face-to-face or show someone their space. Mary Jackson from LtL is in Liverpool on Monday 27 June 2022. To arrange a time, please contact Mary Jackson at mjackson@ltl.org.uk or contact Hannah Stewart at hstewart@ltl.org.uk.

For more information about the project, please click here and here.

To complete their expression of interest, please click here, they will need this by 8 July 2022.

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