Welcome to a new type of marketing agency – helping businesses extend their marketing reach through doing good!
Dangerous Marketing Ltd – a well established marketing consultancy and agency in the south west since 2001 – have linked up with Project Dirt – the UK’s most active network that connects and resources community projects – to form Marketing ETC. Between us we showcase and promote the great support business can provide to their local communities to communicate, connect and deliver great projects.
We’re all about engagement! We connect businesses to potential customers through delivering active support and resource to community projects to share success. And every action we take is based on the key principle of ETC: we do marketing that is Ethical, Transparent and Community-based.
This means that as our client, you will always have a clear picture of what we’re doing on your behalf with the additional benefit of knowing that it’s helping your local community (which we’ll be telling your customers and prospective customers too!).
So if you’re an individual looking for resource to support your community project, or a business looking to win more customers by going good, contact us here.
Event Type: Various
Date(s): 18th May to 27th July
Celebrate the natural world at the Festival of Nature – lots to do and explore in Bristol and beyond. Click on the links below to discover more details
To find out more about the 2014 Festival of Nature, you can download their programme here.
Event Type: Walk/Tour
Location: Bristol (Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bath Road, Bristol BS4 3EW)
Date(s): 27th June, 1st August, 29th August
A dusk-to-dark adventure to see these amazing creatures flitting through the shadows.
Join us in the cemetery and embark on a dusk-to-dark adventure in search of these elusive creatures. Led by a local expert from Avon Bat Group using detection equipment, expertise and a few tricks up their sleeve, you’ll visit the best bat-spotting locations in the cemetery as the bats come out to feed at dusk. Learn about our native bat species, their habitats and how humans can help these unique winged mammals.
This popular event sells out quickly so book your place now! Tickets are £8.40. To reduce our overheads and improve the booking process, we have moved to an on-line booking system for events at Arnos Vale. If you have any problems booking your tickets, please contact us on 0117 971 9117
For more info on the 27th June walk, click here
For more info on the 1st August walk, click here
For more info on the 29th August walk, click here
Timberland staff volunteering as part of the Edible Bus Stop project.
Location: Devon, Cornwall & Somerset
Event Type: Workshop (outdoor learning)
Date(s): 4 June (Weston super Mare); 12 June (Polzeath); 17 June (Goodrington Sands, Torbay) & 18 June 2014 (Plymouth)
Exploring safe outdoor learning having fun in rock pools, with sea life and on beaches. The workshop will explore curriculum based activities to increase knowledge and confidence in using the water based environments as a learning resource. We will provide guides of how to link activities to the new national curriculum and making plans for implementation. Participants will also be provided with a selection of free resources to use with your children, and leave armed with information for gather further resources and materials.
£60 + VAT per person (20% discount applies to 2nd person if booking more than one place and to Natural Connections and Blue Mile schools)
Click here for more details on the Weston super Mare Teach on the Beach
Click here for more details on the Polzeath Teach on the Beach
Click here for more details on the Torbay Teach on the Beach
Click here for more details on the Plymouth Teach on the Beach
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Project Dirt is the UK’s most active network connecting and resourcing community projects.
We know that communities and their projects can change the world. We’re using social media for a purpose:
to connect, promote and resource passionate people and their projects.
Project Dirt is a “doing” network, showcasing what’s happening in your communities. Why? So that people and projects can engage with each other, as well as the organisations looking to resource them.
Project Dirt is much more than a website – we’re a dynamic community! We’re inclusive, not exclusive. We’re improving the flow of information and resourcing, not preaching a message.
“I can thank Project Dirt for giving me the sense of a wider community of like-minded people, not just locally but also beyond. Through Project Dirt, I feel part of something progressive and vital.”
“I love PD because of how it inspires me about the great variety of ideas and energy out there. I can always find things that I can get involved in, and it’s a great resource for advertising events and groups that I’m part of as well.”
And it’s not just individuals and community projects who benefit from Project Dirt’s support – businesses do too! We encourage businesses to support their local communities and give them another means to promote and share the good work that they do as part of our Marketing ETC programme with Dangerous Marketing Ltd.