Make a Wildlife garden

Project Category: OtherProject Tags: Biodiversity, Children & young people, Education, Gardens, Mental Health, Parks, Sharing Economy and Sport

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  • Our Story

    In Walton hall park we have an overgrown abandoned area that was closed down a few years ago. It was called pets corner and all the local community had fond memories of the place so after many meetings and discussions we have all decided to bring it back to life.

    The plan is to include a wildlife garden for the local schools and children of the community to come and enjoy the parks smaller wildlife, bugs, butterflies and bees. We will grow plants and trees to encourage the wildlife to come to the garden and we will do wildlife talks and encourage the children to investigate their surroundings.

    We will also include an organic garden to grow fruit and veg and herbs to sell to the community. The community will grow it for us by us! We will also use the produce to make meals and jams to also sell to the community.

    This is a BIG project but we are all very excited to make a start. 

    The community are excited and this will be a real community project. The health and well being is everybody’s priority and the benefits of working outdoors and enjoying parks has been proved to improve mental health, lower stress levels.

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