Wildlife garden project at Abingdon Hospital
Over the coronavirus summer of 2020 we completed a fantastic transformational wildlife garden project at Abingdon Hospital. This was funded by and supported by the Oxford Health Charity. We enhanced several areas from the hospital creating green spaces throughout the hospital ending up at a large Peace and Tranquility Garden.
We were on site for six days. Whilst following strict government guidelines, we had the help of an amazing team of volunteers of all ages each day. Altogether they gave 203 hours of volunteering. We couldn’t have done it without them all! Congratulations everyone!
See the before and after photos below.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the creation of the garden:
These photos were taken in June 2021 almost a year after the garden had been created. What a fantastic spread of wild flowers!
Sarah from Abingdon Hospital says “Just wanted to say thank you to you both for the beautiful garden outside our office space, the wild flower area is looking lovely”
Take a look at our film below made by our friends at Highway Productions to see more of the garden and the fabulous staff and volunteer team who made this happen.
We are increasingly getting involved with projects such as these and if you know of any similar sites eg Hospitals, Schools, Housing associations or Residential housing, where you think we might be able to help create something special for the community and wildlife, from small to large, contact us to discuss further.