Since the Wildlife Garden was created in 1999, it has matured into a colourful and interesting haven for plants and wildlife. From the first flowering of the snowdrops and wild daffodils in spring until well after the early frosts of October and November, there is always something to see.
Observe the butterflies and insects attracted to the Buddleia bushes and lupines’ in Butterfly border or some of the many birds who regularly feast on the seeds on the bird table. (Blackbirds, Robins, Song Thrushes, Great Tits and Siskins to name a few). Visitors even include a pair of Mallards who are habitually seen devouring the pond weed in the pond.