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Wildlife Garden

Come and sit in the sun, enjoy nature and revive your body and your soul. 

Much of Trinity’s church yard has been developed into a wildlife garden with seats, a pond for dipping, nest boxes of various types, warm places for slowworms, an insect ‘hotel’ and a good range of wildflowers and shrubs that attract wildlife. It is used regularly by the next door primary school.

Additional seating, ground cushions, pond and insect nets, and identification charts are stored in a shed, but can be accessed by arrangement with the Property Steward. 

The area is south facing with delightful views across the Brede Valley.  It can be visited at any time and is accessed by wheelchair friendly woodchip paths. 

The pictures below show construction, some of the equipment, insects, birds, reptiles and flowers.  Come and see them for yourself!