March Station in the Cambridgeshire Fenlands, had a complete make-over in 2022, and the Trust was asked to take charge of planting up the new beds in the car park. Working with a team from Greater Anglia and Railscape, along with local volunteers, we planted three hundred sedums, ceanothus, lavenders and lilacs, and about three […]
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 transformed the dilapidated planters at Cambridge Railway Station. Repairs were made to […]
Charlotte Pearson of Scarcroft School, York won a competition to design a bee-friendly sculpture for our planter at Peterborough. The result, produced by Amalgam Modelmaking, features holes for solitary bees to nest in.
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 […]