Make a Place for Nature

Swale In Bloom are working with The Kent Wildlife Trust to promote wildlife gardening in Kent.

Each spring the Kent Wildlife Trust run a Wildlife Gardening Competition for residents of Kent who make room for wildlife in their gardens. The launch this year took place at Brogdale in Faversham where wildlife groups, gardeners  and volunteers joined together to promote wildlife in our community.
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Holy Trinity  Parish Hall,

Green Porch Close, Sittingbourne, Milton Regis ME10 2HA

KWT painting the town green project has worked with volunteers at Holy Trinity to create a wildlife garden

The 1st Milton Scouts will be helping to maintain this new garden

A successful tidy up to improve the grounds around the church hall and create a wildlife friendly garden for all to enjoy.

Children making 'The Bug Hotel'

at the Murston Heart Childrens Festival

on  Monday 8th August 2016

Regis Gate Gardening Club

Winners of the best floral display at the

Sittingbourne in Bloom awards 2016

The gardens are looking lovely, all their hard work has established a beautiful, colourful garden for all the residents and their families to enjoy.

Lots of summer colour has been added, along with a new water feature.

KWT works in partnership with Amicus horizon, Swale and Sittingbourne in Bloom and Regis Gate to promote a healthy lifestyle.

Signs of Spring Workshop- Feb 2016

Half term fun with Badge making, cone bird feeders, leafy hiding places and a walk to Milton Creek Park.

Make a log pile or a wildlife pond- it doesn't have to be enormous.
Butterflies love nectar rich flowers