Get Out There!
Get Out There! is a weekly environmental conservation volunteer project working in sites across Hammersmith and Fulham and beyond.
What do Volunteers get from the project?
Through our weekly volunteer days volunteers learn a range of useful and rewarding new skills in basic environmental management. Gain practical conservation management skills, experience in tool use, improve your wildlife identification and lots more! Volunteers get the opportunity to visit larger more varied sites across London such as woodlands, wetlands and meadows, as well as our own sites and gardens in Hammersmith. Our volunteer days are open to adults who want to try something new and Get Out There!
We are particularly interested in working with people who have been long term unemployed.
You don’t need any experience to join in.
For more details about the Get Out There! project and to find out how you can get involved, please contact:
Get Out There! Diary – take a look at what we get up to!
Get Out There! On Your Bike
Hammersmith Community Gardens Association and Hammersmith and Fulham Sports Development have designed a project to get the residents of the borough out and active using bicycles.
The project aptly named ‘Get Out There! – On Your Bike’ aims to encourage new or infrequent cyclists to be more active through attendance at a variety of events, social cycle rides or attending learn to cycle courses.
Please see the events page of our website where any upcoming cycle rides will be listed.
The Get Out There! project will continue to include a programme of fun seasonal visits and activities for local families throughout the year. Trips and activities include pumpkin picking in the autumn, bushcraft and wild food in the spring and pond dipping in the summer! Get out and about with Get Out There!, meet other families and visit new places in a supportive and relaxed environment. For more information please visit our Events page or sign up to our newsletter.
Download the GOT Evaluation Report
Investigating our Explorer Backpacks, which contain everything a small explorer needs when in the countryside such as magnifying glasses, ID cards, pencils, books and games.