Good Gardens for Everyone
Building on our two award winning projects, the bird, bee and butterfly garden at Ham library and the allotments at Grey Court school, our project aims to create more “Good Gardens” - residential gardens that are environmentally kind as well as attractive to look at - in our community over the course of one year. We want to promote the ideas and expertise on wildlife friendly and resource saving practices in a changing climate through a series of events (workshops and guided walks) and our existing communications channels (newsletters, website, social media, the Ham & Petersham Magazine, etc).
We will be working with local experts, e.g. from Richmond’s Biodiversity Partnership, Habitats & Heritage, and nurseries to providing locally tailored information, while also encourage residents to share their knowledge.
The project runs from July 2021 to June 2022.
Join HUG's mailing list on our homepage to stay up to date with the project, or email us at gardening (at) hamunitedgroup.org.uk.
Good Gardens for Everyone is funded by Richmond upon Thames' Local Area Fund.