Bottesford Railway Station, Lincolnshire

We worked with the Poacher Line Community Rail Partnership, East Midlands Trains, Bottesford Parish Council and Lincolnshire County Council to transform an old stationmaster’s shed and an area of overgrown and neglected land into a sensory wildlife garden, for residents and commuters – and pollinators – to use and enjoy. The garden, opened in June […]

Peterborough Railway Station, Cambridgeshire

This impressive cross-shaped planter was installed under the cover of darkness to ensure maximum surprise for commuters come Monday morning. And, it definitely did.  Sitting on the site of a former coffee shop, the planter measures a whopping 7m in diameter and is filled with ten tons of soil and compost. The simple planting of […]

Tisbury Railway Station, Wiltshire

We worked with the Blackmore Vale Line Community Rail Partnership to install planters at this picturesque station in Wiltshire. This first bee-friendly planter was installed in 2018; four years later, we replaced a pre-existing planter (which was decaying). Filled with scabius, marigolds, lavender and salvia, both planters are literally alive with pollinator activity every time […]

Thames Ditton Railway Station, Surrey

Thames Ditton Railway Station is quite the pollinator-friendly habitat. Railings lined with flower boxes, planted up wheelbarrows and this impressive Bee Friendly bug hotel. You’ll find it at the entrance to the station – filled with logs, branches, hollow twigs and more, it’s the perfect place of bugs, beetles and solitary bees to overwinter. You’ll […]