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Together we can make a difference

We aim to make Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding the greenest and most sustainable community in the UK. We have an inspiring vision for 2030 and are already well on our way to making that vision a reality.

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Hear Our Story

We are an active group, working to create a sustainable future for our local area. Read and watch the full story.

Plastic trigger heads being recycled at the Farmers Market in Steyning

Go Green

From recycling to insulation, we aim to help everyone find the way towards a greener lifestyle.

Volunteers helping out with Greening Steyning projects in the community

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Interested in becoming a volunteer or attending a social event? You can join Greening Steyning at any level.

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Send us your Gardening Videos!

Send us your Gardening Videos!

Join the buzz! This year, we are delighted to have the opportunity to include a group of ‘wildlife friendly’ gardens in the Steyning in Bloom annual Open Garden Day on Sunday 25th June. Inspired by this, we want to invite everyone in our community to join in the buzz...

Refillable Household Products at the Farmers Market

Refillable Household Products at the Farmers Market

Did you spot Jed from the Post Office at our stall at the Farmers Market this Saturday? Greening Steyning were excited to see a new range of household refills being offered by the Steyning Post Office. This new range offers pouch refills for many household and beauty...

The White Bridge Link

The White Bridge Link

An exciting new project to link up Steyning, Bramber & Beeding Would you like your kids to cycle safely to school?  Is your bike getting rusty in the shed? Does the idea of getting a bit more active outdoors appeal?  And would you appreciate being able...

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How Greening Steyning Works

Greening Steyning consists of four action groups who campaign and work creatively to bring about solutions for the local community in the following areas;

Ready to get involved in nurturing our local community and environment?