About the Garden
The Station Masters Community Wildlife Garden is an initiative of the Clarence and Waterford Crescent Residents Association (CAWCRA). CAWCRA formed in May 2010 to develop the garden for public use. It is entirely run by local volunteers.
Now we need your help to make the Garden safe and enjoyable to use.
There are raised beds to grow vegetables and herbs, and for demonstrating new crops. These beds have been designed so that they are suitable for those with mobility problems, as well as children. We want everyone in our local community to get involved.
There are wild places to explore and play in.
Sites to improve the biodiversity, such as wood piles, bird boxes, and our wildlife pond.
Places to sit and observe the birds, bees and other creatures, such as frogs and our protected population of slow worms.
Events areas for seasonal activities and gatherings. We would like to see members of our community, of all ages, with or without experience of gardening, getting active and getting to know each other.
On a trial basis the Garden is open to the public…….
Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm
At other times by arrangement with CAWCRA