Following on from the success of our lockdown wildlife garden project, we are pleased to be supported by the Mayor of London and the Grow Back Greener Fund for a third phase of nature planting at Coram’s Fields. The space includes: An orchard of mature mulberry, apple and almond trees – abandoned for decades but […]
Coram’s Fields is a children’s charity that serves as a safe place for all children to play, as well as offering an after school and holiday programme and youth centre for 13-29-year-olds, in the heart of London. On the opposite side of the site to our current wildlife garden, an area of neglected space was […]
We have worked with Paddington Arts youth project in West London to bring back bees to their roof and start up a bee club. The bees are thriving!
We have worked with the Royal Docks Adventure, a youth project in London Docklands, to install an apiary of two hives on their roof. The youth club is situated immediately opposite London City Airport and provides a wide range of water sports activities for the local community. The hives are part of a new greening and […]
L’Ecole des Petits and L’Ecole de Battersea together provide an outstanding bilingual education from children aged 3 to 11 years old. They cater for English, French and International families who wish their children to grow up and to be educated in a bilingual environment. The schools offer a wonderfully rich educational experience, using the best […]
Around the corner from our office at the young people’s charity Coram’s Fields, is the Wildlife Garden. We keep our hives and bees here. And help maintain this unique space in the heart of London. As well as our hives, there is abundant wildlife. Newts breed in the ponds, bumble bees’ nest in the ground, and […]
We worked with the Poacher Line Community Rail Partnership, East Midlands Trains, Bottesford Parish Council and Lincolnshire County Council to transform an area of overgrown and neglected space into a sensory wildlife garden, for residents and commuters – and pollinators – to use and enjoy. The garden, opened in June 2019, was part funded by […]
When we were contacted by the Friends of Stoneham Park committee to breathe new lift into a rather dilapidated planter bench in a city park, we couldn’t wait to get started. Partly because we’d not made a bench before, let alone one that could provide forage for honey bees and other pollinators. Plus, in front […]