Meet at access point via Dewberry Close or Cowslip Road. If you use what3words, the location is ///scrambles.surpassed.committed
Please wear gloves and bring a spade if you have one.
What is a SANG?
A SANG is a Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace. It is a recreational site, created to attract residents of new developments away from designated sites that are protected for their valuable ecology and are sensitive to recreational activities such as dog walking.
Trees for Wimborne considers that it is important that our town plays its part in contributing towards the need for more trees across Britain. We would like to see an increase in tree numbers with the aim of attaining a minimum of 20 % canopy cover in Wimborne and the surrounding areas. We believe that these trees will create multiple benefits: mitigation against climate change, provision of habitats for wildlife, a more interesting landscape reflecting the changing seasons, and as a joy and comfort for those who live, work and visit Wimborne.
Wilding Wimborne will be there.
Tickets to all events £10 per adult, £5 for children. Under 4's free Sorry no dogs allowed on site. Tickets available on the gate.
Why not bring a picnic? Scrummy tea and cake available
Marvellous Moths At The Museum event has been re-sheduled for Saturday morning 12th August. Enter through the garden where the tea room will also be open.
Join Trees for Wimborne this Thursday 27th April at Centaury Gardens, post code is BH21 4FQ at 6pm.
Find us by the big pile of woodchip and help us mulch our newly planted trees.
This hornet could decimate our pollinators including our honeybees so it is important to have everyone actively looking for it..
This is the time of year when Asian hornets start hawking honeybees at hive entrances. Autumn is typically when nests are revealed as a result of leaf fall from trees and bushes and this is the last chance we will have to prevent the emergence of new Asian hornet queens
National Children’s Gardening Week celebrates the fun that gardens hold for kids. Children, parents, grandparents, schools or garden businesses can find ideas for fun garden projects and activities on this site.