Roundhay Environmental Action Project - REAP

Leeds Roundhay residents taking positive action to tackle environmental issues and living more sustainably

Roundhay Environmental Action Project - REAP

About REAP

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 over 10 years!

Did You Know?

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:

  • Getting involved in tree planting locally in response to Leeds City Council’s Climate Emergency
  • Working with Leeds City Council on planting trees in empty grass verges and re-wilding
  • Gas boiler replacement - developing options for householders

The trustees of REAP are:

Amanda Cottrell

Rob Greenwood

Paul Ellis

Jane Stanbury

Alexis Percival

Barbara Whitehouse

What is REAP / what do we stand for?

The REAP trustees have recently put together a statement of our aims, achievements and activities. 

We will use this to review and plan everything that we do.

Specifically, our aims are as follows:

  • Increase local awareness and understanding of the actions that must be taken to combat the Climate Emergency
  • Reduce local carbon emissions
  • Help people to move towards using renewable resources and creating less waste
  • Protect our local natural environment and increase biodiversity
  • Help build a sense of community
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Oakwood Farmers' Market

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.

Contact REAP

We always welcome new ideas and new members.

If you would like to join REAP and get involved, please complete this application form.

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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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REAP Energy >

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REAP Plastics wants to help our community recycle and reduce our use of plastics.

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Gardening at REAP


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

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Transport at REAP


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

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

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REAP Events >

Events at REAP

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Roundhay Environmental Action Project is a company limited by guarantee.

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