July is here and with the arrival of this sunny summer month, we take a moment to look back on June and the month long #30DaysWild challenge. The challenge is set each year by The Wildlife Trusts and it challenges each of us to to spend #30DaysWild. The reason? For our health, wellbeing, for wildlife & for the planet! This nature
Boundary Way Allotments & Community Garden is situated adjacent to Highfields and Pennfields Schools, with Highfields having been established at the same time as the allotment, in the 1950s, during the the building of the Warstones Estate. Both the allotment and the school were built to serve the community and in the 21st Century continue to provide for local people.
As the Summer Solstice arrived on 21st June, Boundary Way Project were delighted to be able to mark this yearly seasonal event online with our community in a session led by local artist and folklorist Anne Marie Lagram. The session beamed us into Anne Marie’s Shropshire Garden, where we took a walk to explore plants and folklore associated with the
It’s nearly time for the Summer Solstice, the day the northern hemisphere has the ‘longest day’ or the day with the most daylight hours for the whole year. This year to mark the occasion we are going to be joined online by artist & folklorist Anne Marie Lagram to celebrate the event and magic of midsummer from her Shropshire Garden.
Boundary Way Project are delighted to announce another exciting upcoming summer event, an exploration of the work of Constance Spry and sustainable approaches to floristry with plotholder Gretel Cooper from Queenie’s Floral Design. This is our second workshop with Gretel and following the success of her online Wreath Making workshop at the end of last year, we are delighted to
There’s a challenge coming and it is all about noticing and connecting with nature where you live and helping nature where you can. Sounds good, right? Enter, the UK’s biggest Nature Challenge – 30 Days Wild with the Wildlife Trust. The Wildlife Trust want to share their passion for nature and so are challenging us all to do one wild
It is so important, as many of us have discovered lately, to connect and ground ourselves in natural surroundings for our mental health. Noticing nature and taking time to appreciate it, from going for a walk in our local park to discovering far distant lands through nature programmes on the television, is proven to have a positive impact on our
Boundary Way Project is looking forward to taking part in the City Nature Challenge this year, which will take place from 30th April – 3rd May! The City Nature Challenge is an international effort to encourage people to find and document plants and wildlife in cities across the globe. It is about connecting people and communities with nature through encouraging
Today the Boundary Way Project is delighted to be celebrating one of the most important days in our calendar – that’s right it is Earth Day! Earth Day has been taking place every year since 1970 and is a day aimed at diversifying, educating and activating the environmental movement worldwide for the future of our planet. Every Earth Day can
We are delighted to announce that the Boundary Way Project has been awarded funding from second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund. Boundary Way Project is among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund This award will sustain continuing audience engagement and partnerships to help people