This summer we celebrate the continued recognition of our ability to connect communities with the natural world, after receiving our 15th consecutive Green Flag Award for Wallingford Castle Meadows.
The meadow footpath will be temporarily closed from Monday 8th August for around 6 weeks to help protect our livestock.
Sowing wildflowers in a flower pot or bare patch of garden provides vital resources for pollinators and other insects (it’s also lots of fun to do!).
At Earth Trust Centre, our Earth lab building has been ingeniously designed to use water recovered from the landscape, via our wildflower meadow roof, to flush the toilets.
There are more than 1,500 different insect species pollinating plants in the UK. Bumblebees, wasps, butterflies, moths and beetles all contribute to this vitally important process.
The meadow will be closed to visitors from Monday 17th May, and will reopen after the hay cut later in the summer to help protect our livestock.
UPDATE: The meadow will re-open from Saturday 19 December 2020. Please be advised that we will be closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood, for approximately two…
We will be temporarily closing the permissive path through a wildflower meadow to avoid hay becoming contaminated with dog mess.
We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow accessed from Neptune Wood on Thursday 18th July for approximately 4 weeks.
We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood, to the public for approximately three weeks from the 26th September.
UPDATE 19/07/2018: From 4pm today, Tuesday 19th July, the footpath will be reopened to the public. We will be temporarily closing the wildflower meadow, which is accessed from Neptune Wood,…