Wildflower Planting by Mary Iden – effects and opportunities.

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In the last remnant of Oaklands Park that adjoins Oaklands Way, one person has been quietly beavering away trying to provide homes and food for wildlife and add interest into this little oasis of green space. On Thursday 13th June 2019, Mary Iden led a walk for Chichester Natural History Society to explain how she has almost single-handedly introduced biodiversity into various areas of green space managed by Chichester District Council, and with its permission. The walk started here, right next to the Northgate car park, sandwiched between it, the access road that also serves the Tennis Club, and the dual carriageway of Oaklands Way.

If you can spare the time to help with wildflower care, please contact us at contact@ecochi.org.uk. With thanks to Paula for the photos – more on the Eco Chi facebook page.

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