WELCOME TO DIG IT PROJECTS
Dig It Projects Wins 'Green Champion Award'...read more
Multi-Award Winning Allotment-Style Gardens for Schools and Community Projects.
Ways we can help you:
- Create a low maintenance, safe place to play and learn
- Develop and increase knowledge through outdoor learning
- Bespoke designs to suit all locations, spaces and budgets
- Educate through our sustainable workshops and lesson plans
- Follow up planned maintenance services and SLA's designed to your unique needs
- We can offer you a 'Bespoke Service' to enhance your Outdoor Learning Area's
|Allotment Themed Gardens||Bird & Butterfly Gardens||Outdoor Classrooms|
|Sensory & Memorial Gardens||Tyre Park||Play Shelters|
|Fitness Trim-Trail||Forest School/Wildlife ||Towers & Slides|
|Bespoke Play & Learn Areas||Surfacing & Fencing||EYFS Play & Learn Areas|
Our team is proud of their transformation of this garden area at Kentmere Primary School in Rochdale - view here
Dig It Projects installed an Allotment Garden at Bailey Green Primary School in Newcastle - view here
Great news, Richard Smith, Owner / Director at Dig It Projects won the 'Green Champion Award' at the Riverside Stadium last night for the Evening Gazette’s - 2014 Champion Awards night... Read more
Dig It has been spotted in this wildlife area at Roseberry Academy as they celebrated the opening of their new wildlife space. After a recent lottery grant was received by the Academy to improve their outdoor space the area has been transformed with the help of Heather Devey from Naturally Wild and Richard Smith from Dig it Projects and of course the children who designed the signs...more
More than 2 in 3 adults are considered to be overweight or obese, and more
than 1 in 6 children and adolescents ages 6 to 19 are considered to be obese
1). Obesity is linked to health conditions such as heart disease, stroke,
type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer, some of the leading causes of
2) The global obesity epidemic is now costing the world economy $2 trillion a year ...read more
Public Health England has published a paper following a recent study, commissioned by consultancy firm McKinsey and Company, examining the evidence linking obesity and disability in children and young people, the paper reveals obesity has the second-largest economic impact on the UK behind smoking.
There is no singular way to provide a remedy to the problem but the report uncovered 18 intervention areas most of which we think Dig It Projects work can assist... read more
The new National Curriculum for Primary schools has been published and as predicted, gardening continues to be a key theme, particularly in the early years view here.
Richard and the team were very pleased to help DIY SOS transform the lives of a couple in Houghton le Spring - view here.