Creating a better place for people and wildlife. Working with communities to plant out native wildflowers on our field and beyond to raise awareness of our local natural assets and develop an online creative booklet.
Everybody can enjoy our field. Our site is situated on Mill Lane, Walney, LA14 3XX opposite the fire station. There is a lay-by opposite the gate where you can park. Look out for our Walney Community Growing Space and information sign. The site is open to public on weekly volunteer days and events.
Meeting every Friday on Walney Community Growing Space. Everybody welcome. Get involved in community gardening, planting and practical work. Learn new skills, make new friends. Free refreshments provided.
Go wild on Walney and join us on our Wild Wednesdays! A summer of free family outdoor nature activities every week to immerse yourselves in our local wildlife. Please contact to book your place.
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What we've been up to
|What we did||When we did it||How many people took part||Who was there|
|Volunteers from Walney Growing Space,local committee + youth group have been busy propagating and planting out wildflowers in our local area||06/08/2019 - 15:00||36||Mixed ages|
|We got the wider community involved in local wildlife and the project by exploring the coastal life on Earnse Bay.||07/08/2019 - 10:30||37||Mixed ages|
|Bee Active- we promoted the importance of pollinators through dispersing seeds bombs, pollinator hunting and matchbox insect making.||31/07/2019 - 10:30||28||Mostly families or children under 12|
|We engaged new families to our project through a wild flower foray, writing poetry and making wildflower prints with local poet Kate Davis.||24/07/2019 - 10:30||23||Mostly families or children under 12|
|This event brought wildflowers into the urban core working with local residents group to green their playground.||07/06/2019 - 11:15||14||Mixed mainly families|
|Many hands have been getting mudding seed sowing and making wildflower bee bombs around Barrow Borough||31/05/2019 - 17:00||76||Mostly families or children under 12|
|We promoted the project by inviting 3 schools and 2 groups to learn about our amazing local wildflowers and insects we already have on site||30/04/2019 - 09:30||120||Mixed ages|