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Category Biodiversity Gardens Project

Garden Wildlife Showcase: 27th April @ Wallington County Grammar School

This is a great opportunity for everyone to come along to this free event and find out more about gardening for wildlife. Spaces are limited, so book early! Guest speakers will be on hand to provide expert advice on how… Continue Reading →

Our first month as Biodiversity Assistants

It was 2 months ago now that Chris and I received the fantastic news that the London Borough of Sutton (LBS) had accepted us onto their ‘Biodiversity Graduate Training Programme’, based at the Sutton Ecology Centre. Two months on, spring is on our… Continue Reading →

Bird Bingo at the Ecology Centre

Bird-watching has somewhat of a marmite effect for many but once you’ve started, the sky’s the limit! Last weekend heralded the Big Garden Bird Watch where hundreds of schools and individuals took up a pair of binoculars, pen and notepad… Continue Reading →

New Newsletter!

‘Hedge accentors’, hedgerows, hedgehogs & herptile events, a call to arms for Spring Cleaning, annoy your MP on Early Day Motion 603, the first SNCV Award (well done Mike!) and some dodgy TV programme plug; all in the new January… Continue Reading →

Christmas bird box building at Benhill

On Wednesday the 19th December, the Biodiversity Gardens Project went to Benhill Estate in Sutton for their annual Christmas fair. Our mission was to get both the kids and the adults involved in some bird box building, which they could… Continue Reading →

We Are Recruiting!

After a successful first year, Biodiversity Gardens is very excited to be able to offer 2 places on their BIODIVERSITY GRADUATE TRAINING PROGRAMME, in partnership with SNCV and the London Borough of Sutton Biodiversity Team for 2013! The successful candidates will enrol on… Continue Reading →


While our local wildlife might be seeking out places to over-winter, there is no rest in the Biodiversity Gardens office as we wrap up our Garden Survey Initiative. Over 20 homeowners took part, as well as 8 schools, housing estates… Continue Reading →

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