Wrabness Station Wildlife Garden, Essex

The wildlife garden at Wrabness Railway Station in Essex is an example of a community project at its best. The brain child of Terri Ryland and Jayne Sumner of Essex & South Suffolk Community Rail, it has been designed with local commuters, villagers and schoolchildren at its heart. From the artwork displayed around the site, […]

Culpepper Community Garden, London

We were approached by the family of Amanda Battini in 2021 with the request to create a commemorative bee-friendly tribute for a woman who loved nature and bees. With donations from the family, friends and Amanda’s former workplace, Mills & Reeve LLP, we commissioned this striking iron structure by artist blacksmith Thomas Gontar, as a […]

Coram’s Fields Youth Project #2, London

Following on from the success of our lockdown wildlife garden project, we were pleased to be supported by the Mayor of London and the Grow Back Greener Fund for a major project of further nature planting at Coram’s Fields. Coram’s Fields is a children’s charity that serves as a safe place for all children to […]

Coram’s Fields Youth Project #1, London

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 original wildlife garden and apiary, an area of neglected […]

L’Ecole des Petits & L’Ecole de Battersea, London

We were proud to be the nominated charity of L’Ecole des Petits and L’Ecole de Battersea in 2020/2021. The two schools provide an outstanding bilingual education for children aged 3 to 11 years old, and cater for English, French and International families who wish their children to grow up and to be educated in a bilingual […]