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Action for Sustainable Living (AfSL) is an award-winning Manchester based charity working to engage, enthuse and support people take action on environmental sustainability.

We offer training and support to individuals, communities and organisations throughout Greater Manchester and wider UK.

Our supported volunteering model unlocks the potential of individuals to achieve positive and lasting social, environmental and economic change.

Our services for local authorities, schools, housing associations and businesses address environmental priorities including energy efficiency, waste management, sustainable travel and food growing. We work closely with organisations and their stakeholders, by sharing professional knowledge and infectious enthusiasm to deliver action on the ground.

In 2008 we won a Guardian Charity of the Year award in recognition of our upbeat, inclusive and people-centred approach to progressing sustainability.

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The Big Dig Open Day At The Fallowfield Secret Garden Sunday 22 Sep 10am–4pm.

Everyone is welcome to come to The Fallowfield Secret Garden to come and see what we have been up to . The last 20 months have been very busy. There will be some free food and things to do. Why not bring a friend. By Mark Roberts (Manager).

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The Challenge Network Sep–2013 Weekend

All The Fallowfield Secret Garden staff would like to say a big Thank you  to The Challenge Network students. You all made a big difference to the project. You should all be proud of your self’s. The offer still stands about doing a project at  The Fallowfield Secret Garden, with help and guidance from our […]

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Bridge Building in the Community

Literally, we built a bridge.  It fantastic, I’m sure you’ll agree, and cost the sum total of £70.  It crosses our planned natural pond into the raised beds area.  This is is with thanks to Jordan and Brett, who donated the stone and have ploughed many hours into the project this summer since discovering it.  […]

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