14 May


REN is an umbrella body that supports and promotes community-based environmental and sustainability activities within the London Bourough of Richmond upon Thames, England, UK 

We work with residents, voluntary groups, charities, schools and social enterprises (civil society). In addition, REN has its own projects, programmes and subgroups to deliver an increase in community environmental activity and responsability, biological diversity, sustainable thinking and practice in the borough to foster the more prudent use of resources.

Our specific aims:

Goal One:- To improve capacity of local charitable sector environmental and sustainability organisations and to provide advocacy.

Goal Two:- To increase engagement of the public around environmental issues and voluntary activities/ work.

Goal Three:- To protect, conserve and increase biological diversity.

Goal Four:- To promote prudent use of resources within the community, charitable sector, organisations and schools.

This encapsulates our activity on See full size image See full size image, blogs and other social media engines to promote local events, groups and important environmental and sustainability news – Giving you valuable internet links and letting you gain the stories and information from those concerned about our local environment.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens  can change the world. Borough. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has”. -Margaret Mead.


So please sign up become a fan and help create fantastic change within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames


Direct links:- Email 

Address –

3 Phoenix Wharf

Eel Pie Island



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