communities involved

We have worked with a wide range of community groups to help bring people closer to nature in and around the Lee Valley Regional Park.

Included below are details of the groups we have worked with.

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2nd East London Scouts Group children and young people 
Active Change Foundation Muslim Women's Group faith groups 
African Caribbean Disablement Association, Waltham Forest disabled people, African Caribbean people 
Appleby Health Centre Mental Health Women's Group, Newham women affected by mental health issues 
British Red Cross Hackney Refugee Women's Group people on low incomes 
Can Hall Climate Action Network, Waltham Forest families in a deprived ward 
City and Hackney Carers Centre carers 
Gurdwara Sikh Sanghat Temple Community, Waltham Forest faith groups 
Hackney and City Carers carers 
Hackney Play  young people with disabilities  
Hanlon Centre, Enfield children and young people 
Huddleston Trust disabled people and their families 
Jewish Care Kadimah Centre people experiencing mental health problems 
Mabley Green Community Green Estate, Hackney people living in areas of high deprivation 
Men Who Care - Hackney and City Carers carers 
Morningside Children and Parent's Centre, Hackney people living in deprived areas 
Newham and Tower Hamlets MIND Women's Group individuals who have suffered mental distress 
Newham and Tower Hamlets MIND World Mental Health Day 2010 individuals who have suffered mental distress 
Newham Asian Women's Group adults and children 
Newham Tenants and Residents Associations, Newham local residents and local councillors in a deprived ward 
Parkside Gardening Group, Newham adults with learning difficulties 
Peacock Gym, Newham young people at risk from exclusion from mainstream education 
Poplar HARCA Tenants and Residents Associations people from deprived wards in Tower Hamlets 
Shree Nathji Sanatan Hindu Temple, Waltham Forest  faith groups 
Soul Project, Waltham Forest young people at risk of social exclusion 
St Andrews Pre-school Group, Waltham Forest families with young children in Higham Hill, E17 
Stuart Low Trust, Islington people experiencing social isolation or mental distress 
The Limes Community and Children's Centre, Waltham Forest disabled and non-disabled children and young people 
The Trowbridge Centre, Hackney adults with learning difficulties 
Waltham Forest Asian Mothers' Group Asian families affected by disability 
Waltham Forest Carers carers 
Waltham Forest Parents' Forum Parents with disabled children 
Wood Street Scouts Group, Waltham Forest children and young people 
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