REAP was set up by Leeds Roundhay residents as a platform to promote practical local action on carbon reduction and the environment. We have been going for 9 years!
Have a look at our key successes to date.
We have a REAP information stall at every Oakwood Farmers’ Market on 3rd Saturday of the month. Come and find out what we’re up to and give us your views. Current activities include:
The trustees of REAP are:
Helen Thomson – Co Chair
Pat Urry – Co Chair
As a community-led initiative REAP aims to help combat climate change by cutting our community carbon dioxide emissions, encouraging local residents to live more sustainably, and contributing to a more cohesive and resilient community.
REAP does this through events, projects and activities.
Oakwood Farmers' Market is the trading arm of REAP and held every third Saturday of the month by Oakwood Clock in Oakwood, Leeds.
Local quality produce from within 30 miles.
We always welcome new ideas and new members.
If you would like find out more about us or to join, please contact us on
The REAP eBulletin is our free monthly e-newsletter.