12 Apr The Tim Seward Wildlife Garden is officially open!
We are thrilled to announce that the Tim Seward Wildlife Garden is officially open! With special thanks to the TESCO Bags of Help Scheme, London Wildlife Trust, the Green Teen Team and Becca, our wonderful arts tutor! This new educational resource will provide opportunities for children and young people to learn and explore their natural environment.
The wildlife garden features a number of habitats, home to many mini beasts. You can find these small creatures in and around the log piles, the two ponds, the rockery area, and the shaded meadow, but be careful of our resident bees that also live here. If you want to find out more about these mini-beasts and what activities to you can take part in, make sure you pick up an activity sheet by the entrance.
Over the next few months we are looking to start pond-dipping workshops where small groups can interact with both of the ponds and learn about species that you can find in them. Small groups from Schools are also welcome, for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find the entrance to the wildlife garden at the top right hand corner of the park. It will be open during park opening hours and available for anyone within the park to access.
Come down and visit today! The mini-beasts await!
We are looking for regular volunteers to manage and maintain the wildlife garden, if you’re interested or for more information please click here.