Category Archives: 3 Biodiversity

Canford Rose Garden

20180702_215412Canford Park at dusk

SusWoT and WoTSoc together in the Park

Hilary Long of WoTSoc has been leading a team of gardeners from both groups in a revamp of the Rose Garden in Canford Park.  They have been working with the Parks Department and Urban Buzz to make the Garden more manageable.  Over the next few weeks it is hoped the work will be finished, although the weather is making things difficult.

Buglife and Urban Buzz in the park

Work is ongoing and it will be a while before it is finished but progress is being made.  Here is a presentation from Hayley Herridge about the new pollinator garden.

 

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Family wildlife day, Go Wild in Badocks Wood! Saturday 21st July

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Family wildlife day, Go Wild in Badocks Wood! Saturday 21st July from 11am – 4pm. Come along to Badocks Wood to explore the amazing hidden wildlife in your local nature reserve. All ages welcome to this free event run by Sustainable Westbury on Trym. Meet us at the tumulus by the wildflower meadow above the wood. Bring a picnic and blanket, walking shoes, child-like curiosity and a magnifying glass or bug net if you have one.

Go WILD in Badock’s Wood Sun 3rd July

Go WILD in Badock’s Wood! – Sun 3rd July, 11 – 3pm. Sustainable Westbury on Trym are hosting a picnic and exploratory event to introduce you to the wildlife in our local area. This varied habitat offers grassland, our beloved Trym and woodland habitats to explore and see in a new light. Come along with stout footwear, a picnic and a magnifying glass if you have one. Suitable for all ages, but all children must be accompanied by an adult. Meet at the burial mound (tumulus) near the Doncaster Road entrance (see map below).   Please check website www.suswot.org.uk any last minute changes due to the weather.

Map of Badocks Wood