Working with GWR, we transformed what was an overgrown railway station into a wildlife haven of floral planters, complete with bug hotels and bird boxes; and expanses of wildflower meadow.

The wildflower areas may look a little wild – but they’re meant to. We cut these areas back twice a year (in autumn and spring) then remove the grass to lower the fertility of the soil. This helps the pollinator-friendly perennial wildflowers, including cornflowers, borage, daisies and poppies, to thrive.