Sudbury Town, London

Thanks to a generous manure donation from Frith Manor Equestrian Centre, we were able to prep these large planting areas for the station’s community group to transform with bee-friendly flowers. Elsewhere on the station, we installed frames with pollinator-friendly climbers. We will be working with the local gardening group to continue to develop the original […]

Frome Railway Station, Somerset

We installed two planters at this single-track railway station in Frome – one of the oldest railway stations still in operation in Britain. We also commissioned local artist Natasha Clutterbuck, who uses natural materials such as muds and vegetable dyes as her paint palette, to create a bee-friendly mural in the waiting room. See our […]

Peterborough Railway Station, Cambridgeshire

The first of a series of projects with London North Eastern Railway (LNER). 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. We […]