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Happy Dirters,

Welcome to our community news update, with a selection of the best available resources and community topics from across the PD network. 


Check out the latest resource opportunities available now to you and your fantastic community project...

Volunteering - get involved and make a difference

For all the latest opportunities, have a peruse of the volunteering tool here.
Partial to writing blogs, interested in methods of carbon reduction? Then our Carbon Reduction cluster champion role is right up your street! Find out more here. 
Interested in hosting corporate volunteers or receiving pro bono (skilled) support? Register your details in a couple of minutes and we'll follow up with you.

Jobs - get a good job in the community

Have a job position you want to get out there? Then why not advertise it on our forum, it's absolutely FREE. Go on, add it now.

In other news...

For all the latest events, check out the listing here.
PD's campaign #diggingthedirt is up and running. Every Monday we'll choose our favourite community project update from aross the land and share it with our network on Instagram. Get involved!
Congratulations to our first Top Bloggers, a title awarded to our most active and popular bloggers. If you want your profile picture to be emblazoned with a Top Blogger badge, you can find out more here.
Check out Naomi's informative blog 'Death of an Elephant' about how Topiary Tim's hedge sadly succumbed to the infectious Honey Fungus. A great read!
How can grassroots projects shape the future economy of the 'Northern Powerhouse'? Join Billinge and Orrell In Transition on February 6th to find out!
Register now for free Grow Wild seed kits. Transform your shared community space (along with 25,000 others across the UK) into a colourful wildflower haven. 
FareShare and FoodCloud have teamed up to tackle food waste using mobile technology. If you're a charity or community group that could use unsold produce, click here.

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