Get Involved

We're keen to engage and support our local community and wider afar to get involved.

We love to share activities to help you get involved with nature in our monthly newsletters

If you are organising a project in our local community get in touch, we'd love to see how we can support

We regularly host workshops e.g. bushcraft activities to help engage people of all ages in nature 

Help the bees

If you’re interested in helping native species of honeybee grow, here are a few things you could do:

  • Plant pollen-rich wildflowers. Native species include poppy, marigold and forget-me-not.
  • Go chemical-free. Synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers are harmful to bees.
  • Avoid treating your garden and/or green spaces with these harsh chemicals and instead try organic products and natural solutions like compost to aid soil health - you could even introduce beneficial insects that keep pests away, such as ladybirds.
  • Bee respectful. If you spot a swarm in an area that seems safe (somewhere outside, out of reach of people and pets) don’t disturb the hive. If you spot a swarm somewhere unsafe, do not attempt to remove it yourself - you should contact your local authority to ensure a removal that’s safe for both you and the bees.

Veg Chaos Garden

The definition of a “Chaos Garden” - Mix lots of different seeds in a bowl and scatter them in loose soil, then sit back and see what happens.... Sounds simple!

Mix of different veg seeds, manure,