Wildlife gardeners reap what they sow
Added on 23 July 2014
Over 100 keen wildlife gardeners gathered at Sherborne-based Castle Gardens on Wednesday 16 July for the fifth Dorset Wildlife Trust, Wildlife Friendly Gardening Awards Ceremony. This year’s competition, which is organised in partnership with The Gardens Group and Dorset Wildlife Trust saw fifty entries – the most to date.
With an interactive pond workshop by community conservation officer, Joy Wallis of Dorset Wildlife Trust, and a fascinating lecture on Grass Free Lawns by Dr Lionel Smith from the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Reading, wildlife gardeners learnt how to enhance the wildlife havens in their gardens while exchanging tips and secrets of their own.
Wildlife Friendly Gardening Awards Results 2014
Bob and Margaret Pearson
Anthony and Beryl Page
Terry and June Pearce
Oakdale Reading Garden
Knighton House School
Wyke Primary School, Gillingham
Mrs Felicity Lewis
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