What is REAP?

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 projects on energy, transport and gardening as well as running events and activities.

Oakwood Farmers' Market

REAP is also strongly involved in Oakwood Farmers' Market held every third Saturday of the month by Oakwood Clock in Oakwood, Leeds. Local quality produce from within 30 miles.

Contact REAP

We always welcome new ideas and new members.
If you would like find out more about us or to join, please contact us on info@reap-leeds.org.uk.


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Energy

Through events and information we want to raise awareness of what we can all do to cut our fuel / energy bills.

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Gardening

REAP Gardening wants to help our community to grow as much of our own food as possible.

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Transport

REAP Transport is working to raise awareness of the most eco-friendly and fuel efficient ways to get around.

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Events

REAP Events are working to raise awareness of more sustainable living & reduce our carbon footprint.

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