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Conservation & Wildlife

The harmonious blend of landscaped and natural gardens serves as a sanctuary for a diverse array of wildlife throughout the year, offering a safe haven for creatures. This ecosystem invites visitors not only to observe but also to engage directly with nature, fostering a deep understanding and appreciation for the importance of conservation and the protection of our natural world.

Our gardens teem with life, hosting an array of flora and fauna that includes an assortment of bugs, small mammals, birds, reptiles, bees, butterflies, and other wildlife species, all coexisting in a delicate balance with nature. This rich biodiversity ensures that visitors can enjoy a garden that buzzes with activity and life, from the industrious bees pollinating flowers to the hedgehogs and frogs seeking refuge and sustenance. These natural inhabitants play a crucial role in maintaining the beauty and health of the garden, contributing to a lively and dynamic environment that educates and inspires all who visit.

By welcoming such a wide variety of life, our gardens not only provide a feast for the senses but also serve as a living classroom where visitors can learn the importance of ecological balance and the role each species plays in sustaining it. It's a place offering a profound experience that encourages respect and care for nature and its precious inhabitants.

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Benefits of Outdoor Learning

  • Outdoor activities encourage physical exercise, contributing to better overall health and well-being.

  • Exposure to nature has been linked to reduced stress, anxiety, and depression. Fresh air and natural surroundings can have positive effects on mental health.

  • Outdoor learning can instil a sense of environmental responsibility and a deeper understanding of ecosystems and sustainability.

  • Outdoor environments provide tangible, real-world experiences that enhance learning. It can make subjects like science, geography, and ecology more engaging and memorable.


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