Vegetables for Aston Villa FC Vegetables grown by young CSC volunteers are served up at Aston Villa FC before the Charity Shield game.
Darwen residents team up to clean up! All ages volunteers team together to give their community a face lift!
Our new Intergenerational Projects that are funded by The Social Investment Business: Transformation day at Hatfield Hall, Dagenham July 2012
Joint national winners for Keep Britain Tidy Awards: Goole and Altrincham awarded joint national winners for Keep Britain Tidy Awards
Gardening at an Elderly Residential Home: Young people help transform a garden at an elderly residential home
Young People Lead Big Society Initiative: Young People in Altrincham identify a public space that is an anti-social behaviour hotspot and work with the local community and Council to transform it into an amazing space everyone can be proud of.
Generations Working Together in Wolverhampton: 2010 Keep Britain Tidy National Awards Winners. Young people work with elderly residents to transform a neglected community garden.
Bristol's Award Winning Organic Allotment: Covered in brambles and fly tipping this community space has been turned into Bristol in Bloom's Gold Medal winning allotment.
A Young Person's CSC Journey: Keefan from South Tyneside turns his life around through working on the Community Space Challenge programme.
Intergenerational Best Practice in Birmingham: Two different communities, people of all ages come together to revamp a community space.
CSC and The Big Lunch: See how CSC projects bring communities togehter.
A Garden of Eden in Portsmouth: Young people take a neglected and overgrown garden at St. Peter's Church and transform it with some CSC intervention.
Angling Young People in the Right Direction: Disengaged young people build resources for the local community and improve wildlife habitats.
Increasing Community Cohesion through Gardening: Check out the National Winner of Keep Britain Tidy's Cleaner, Safer, Greener Award for 2010.
CSC: A Volunteer's Perspective: See how Gino from London has seen is views of the local young people change as he passes on his skills and becomes involved in the community.