Wildlife Friendly Gardening

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Wild pollinators, like solitary and bumble bees, are having a hard time in a countryside doused with chemicals. Take our afternoon workshop in wildlife friendly gardening and learn how to turn your garden into a sanctuary for struggling creatures.

Event details:

A day focused on our Wild Pollinators: Wild bees and our food system.

An afternoon workshop on how to encourage more wildlife in your garden, with tips and practical advice on how to grow a range of flowers, fruit and vegetables in a nature friendly way, without the need for harmful chemicals.

We also have a Build a Wild Bee Home Workshop running on the same day as part of Our Wild Pollinators Day, head back to the events page to find out more.



Woodbank Community Food Hub
Woodbank Memorial Park

Latitude: 53.4071125
Longitude: -2.1344047

Email: mail@kindling.org.uk

Additional information

Enter the park from the South via Park Lane. Proceed through the barrier into the park and the site is the first gate on the right.

Transport Links

Just south of Stockport Town Centre, this location has great public transport links with the number 314 bus regularly leaving Stockport Bus Station for the nearby Turncroft Lane.

Although a steep cycle from Stockport through Vernon and Woodbank Parks, there are many quiet routes to us and secure bike locking on site.

There is a large free car park just 100 m from the site at the end of Edwin Street.

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