Creating a Wild Flower Meadow on Heswall Puddydale

New Project for the newly created Environment Group, set up by the Rotary Clubs of Heswall, Mid Wirral and West Wirral

Grant from Liverpool City Region Community Environment Fund
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We are delighted that the newly created Environment Group, set up by the Rotary Clubs of Heswall, Mid Wirral and West Wirral, has won a much sought-after grant from the Liverpool City Environment Fund. 

Our plan is to create an urban Wildflower Area on the Puddydale in Heswall. 

Grants totalling £500K have been awarded across the Liverpool City Region for projects large and small that improve the environment, encourage long-term change and promote community engagement and participation in environmental projects. 

Over the coming years we hope to show the benefits of a wildflower area in an urban setting, how it promotes wildlife, how it brings our native flowers into our residential areas and how a wild area can be a positive addition to our urban environment. We will have an explanatory board and hope it will be an educational resource of interest to residents and visitors. It will also be a new addition to Heswall in Bloom! 

Watch this space for updates as the project gets underway in the Spring!