Handy tips to welcome wildlife to your garden or outside space
We’re putting the green heart back into our community parks by transforming 14 urban parks for people and nature
Wildflowers, bulbs and many trees not only give our urban parks a pop of colour, they provide essential support systems for butterflies, bees and other wildlife. We're on a mission to help wildlife recover. Please donate today and help us plant more wild and native flowers across our parks so our butterflies and bees can flourish.
The rescue aviary in Bournemouth's Lower Gardens is a sanctuary for almost 200 homeless tropical birds, all looked after by wonderful volunteers. Please help us raise the funds needed to continue caring for these wonderful birds...
We're prototyping new contactless donation solutions in our parks
Parks in Mind provides fun nature conservation and other outdoor activities to help improve your health and wellbeing
Relaxing Yoga and Tai Chi in nature's great outdoors is back for 2023