Roundhay Environmental Action Project - REAP

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Roundhay Environmental Action Project - REAP

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Be part of the solution……..join REAP!
This is a crucial time for the environment, with COP26 on the horizon and the Climate Emergency escalating by the day. In response REAP wants to promote positive local action on climate change and the environment, build our community and make our area a more sustainable place to live.

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

REAP, as a well-networked local organisation, has a 14-year history of getting things done in order to meet these aims:

For example:

  • Producing a local map of footpaths and cycle ways to encourage more walking and cycling
  • Oakwood Farmers’ Market
  • Encouraging our community to grow food with plant/seed swaps
  • Demonstrations and maintaining the edible bed at Oakwood Clock
  • The annual open gardens and the Tour de Roundhay
  • Providing information on alternative energy sources through talks and events

There are plenty of plans in the pipeline too including tree-planting, an anti-plastic campaign and working with local schools.

Look out for news on what future plans REAP has to increase the pace of how we address climate change in and with our community.

See our past events and key successes and subscribe to and read the eBulletin to find out what is coming up soon.

Email info@reap-leeds.org.uk with any events that you know of.

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Past events and key successes

Photos of REAP events

View the REAP AGM Presentation

Roundhay Live

REAP hosts a regular stall at the market which is available for free to local community groups looking to showcase their activities and grow their membership. Contact us for details or ask at the market.

Future Plans

For the future we are developing work with local schools. Find out more by having a look at what events are being organised.

JOIN REAP & GET INVOLVED

Now is the time – the Climate Emergency is the biggest challenge in our lifetime and has grave implications for our children and grandchildren.

Be part of the solution by joining REAP. Sign up before the 31st October 2021 and your name will be put into a prize draw for a £50 voucher to spend at Oakwood Farmers’ Market.

Membership is free. Please use the application form and we will get back in touch.


REAP SURVEY RESULTS

Thank you to all of you who took part in our recent survey and gave us so many interesting and positive ideas..

Find our more about our survey...


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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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Energy at REAP

Plastics

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

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Plastics at REAP

Gardening at REAP

Gardening

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

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REAP Gardening >

Transport at REAP

Transport

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

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REAP Transport >


News & Events

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