Surrey’s Wildflowering Project (SWP), a community-led group, is hosting its first online event to raise awareness about wild flowering in Surrey and practical ways to make it happen.
Wildflowering Surrey’s verges and gardens: How to Make it Happen will be Surrey’s Wildflowering Project first online event. This community-led group was born as part of Surrey’s Greener Future Design Challenge, a co-design competition hosted by Surrey County Council back in 2019. With the help of its ambassadors, SWP has been able to continue working in raising awareness of the benefits of rewilding / wild flowering for the environment and for the community wellbeing.
This first online event will take place online via Zoom on the 24th of March 2022 (7:00 – 8:00 pm) and it aims to share with residents, wildflower supporters and all other biodiversity fans what we have learnt in these past few years. Climate change is a challenge we all face together and, for our communities to thrive, we must share our knowledge and build resilience from within. We hope to inspire people across Surrey from all ages, backgrounds and walks of life to take an interest in wildflowers and motivate them to get involved.
“Wildflowers aren’t meant to be cut.
They’re meant to be loved and admired.”
Nigel Collin, SWP Ambassador and Founder
To register for the free online event and details of the Agenda see the Events page 24th of March 2022 (7:00 – 8:00 pm)