Gardening for Wildlife with Green Roofs and Floral Meadows
Don't miss our workshop: Gardening for Wildlife with Green Roofs and Floral Meadows.
UK wildlife needs help. Urbanisation, intensive agriculture and hard landscaping in our gardens has eroded habitat. Q Lawns is committed to encouraging Householders to bring more green space into their Gardens that will not only help create wildlife corridors but will help improve rainwater management and general health and wellbeing.
Please bring your ideas to our workshop.
Q Lawns would like to invite you to our Gardening for Wildlife workshop on 12th July 2010. Starting with a light breakfast at Brandon House Hotel on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, there will be talks, tours, photo opportunities, a picnic lunch, a visit to either an established green roof or a traditionally-managed meadow (to be confirmed) and afternoon tea.
Visit the production fields for Meadowmat wild flower matting and Enviromat sedum matting and discover more about how we support wildlife on the rest of our arable farm
All for only £20.
Reduced rates for overnight accommodation
Brandon House Hotel is offering a special delegates rate of £65 pppn for bed and breakfast accommodation booked before 30th June 2012. Normal rate is £80 Green roofed gazebo designed by Penny Bennett.
While you're in the area...
Why not visit Gooderstone Water Gardens with its wonderful nature walk and bird hides; Narbourough Hall Gardens where formal lawns are being returned to wildflower meadows; RSPB reserve at Lakenheath, famous for Golden Oriols but also home to a wide range of bird and insect life; or the NWT site at Weeting, where you may see stone curlews nesting.
For a full itinery and a booking form, please email email@example.com or phone Angela on 01842 828266
|Venue||Brandon — on the Norfolk/Suffolk border|
|Contact Telephone||01842 828266|