The awards celebrate the most passionate gardeners among Surrey residents, communities, schools and corporates who are helping to support wildlife from bees and bugs to hedgehogs, birds and bats. The awards ceremony is taking place at Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, near Leatherhead, on 26th September 2019.
The army of nearly 200 wildlife gardeners who entered the awards and won either bronze, silver or gold awards are leading the way in restoring Surrey’s gardens for wildlife. There are over 20,000 hectares of gardens in Surrey, equal in size to 12 per cent of the county and an area greater than all of Surrey’s nature reserves put together. Restoring this network of gardens is vital to wildlife’s recovery in Surrey.
Johan Ingles - Le Nobel, Holmbury St. Mary
|Medium garden||Carol Jull, Great Bookham|
|Small garden||Liz Hales, Woking|
|Business||Belron International Limited, Egham|
|Allotment||Rosamund Community Garden, Guildford|
Ashford Park Primary School, Ashford
Woolmer Hill School, Haslemere
St Giles School, South Croydon