We are currently working on a directory of groups, organisations and individuals in the Westcliff and surrounding area who are interested in supporting the concept of a sustainable and resilient future for the town. So far these include;
A Social Enterprise – provides a wealth of information for anyone interested in maintaining a happier, healthier, greener lifestyle, with particular emphasis on what is available in Essex
South East Essex Organic Gardeners
Promoting organic gardening since 1994
Westcliff Land Cultivation Society
Springfield Drive Allotments
Women’s Environmental Network – South East Essex
The network’s vision is of a world where women are aware of their ability to change the environment for the better and actively come together to do so.
Milton Community Partnership
The core aim of the Milton Community Partnership is to improve the quality of life for all those who live or work in Milton ward.
Westborough Residents Association
Supporting people, building communities
Carbon nuetral woodburners and heating solutions, and fuel supplied from local woodlands
Independant publishers of books and pamphlets relating to ecological issues, as well as permaculture design consultancy and teaching
Changing the world one gift at a time…
The War Garden
Westborough School demonstrates how the people of Britain developed resilience and self-reliance during a past time of crisis…
The Cardboard Classroom
How to build using a waste product…
Campaigning against the road widening at Priory Park as well as raising awareness on wider global issues including Peak Oil and Climate Change
St Laurence Orchard
A local community orchard project linking nature, people and culture
Women’s Environmental Network Allotment
A local community allotment – come and join in the work
OTHER USEFUL LINKS
If you know of any suitable organisations, businesses or local projects please let us know and we will update this page.
Just type the name and the contact details/website (if you know it) in the TTW Chat box on the right side and send it.
For more links look at the subgroups