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We take local action both on Friends of the Earth's national campaigns and on local sustainable development issues. Through these activities we seek to influence the actions of Croydon politicians, local government and local people.

We meet on the 3rd Tuesday each month, at East Croydon URC. If you are interested you would be very welcome to come along! To find out more here.

Get in touch to talk about how you can get involved.

About this Group

Friends of the Earth local volunteer groups work to improve the environment locally, nationally and internationally.

We're helping to:

  • Connect more people with the environment.
  • Persuade politicians, businesses and others to see things differently.



Bee World at Heathfield - 19 August 2018

Elaine was glad to get back to Heathfield this afternoon, having missed the last two Sundays. She was pleased to see that most of the plants in the Bee World have survived the recent drought; indeed, the Salvia which Juliane grew on her windowsill from a cutting off the shrub in her garden, and which we thought had died, is positively flourishing and in bloom!

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Bee World at Heathfield - 30th March 2018

What better way to spend a wet Bank Holiday than up Heathfield? Well, Rebecca and her husband Rudi thought so anyway. They'd bought some shrubs on special offer and brought them up to Heathfield for the Bee World. The rain was quite heavy so they just potted them up for the time being.

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Day of Action against Barclays investments in fracking.

We responded to this call and several of us took part:


There's a second week of action targeting Barclays Bank over their investments in the fracking industry. Barclays Bank invests in Third Energy, who’ve just been given the first fracking license in 5 years to frack in Ryedale, North Yorkshire.

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