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Gardens are good for wildlife, for people and for society.
We aim to inspire and encourage everyone to garden with wildlife in mind
Gardens are good for wildlife, for people and for society. We aim to inspire and encourage everyone to garden with wildlife in mind
What we want it to do and how it will develop
What we want it to do and how it will develop
Look at our most recent newsletter and the newsletter archive
Look at our most recent newsletter and the newsletter archive
An introduction
An introduction
What's coming up
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Many new pages added!
All events are postponed for now as the result of the Covid-19 pandemic
As well as 27 species of earthworm there are leeches, countless nematodes and even flatworms to enjoy.
This November we invite you to consider the lowly worms in your garden
This February we invite you to think about wildlife gardening and education
We are looking into virtual meetings
All events are postponed for now as the result of the Covid-19 pandemic
We are looking into virtual meetings
 
Our Facebook page full of tips and ideas
 
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Group where you can post photos, questions and answers
Our Facebook page full of tips and ideas
This November we invite you to consider the lowly worms in your garden
As well as 27 species of earthworm there are leeches, countless nematodes and even flatworms to enjoy.