A free event to help people create wildlife-friendly gardens has been organised by Lewes District Council.
The “Gardening for Wildlife” drop-in session will be held at the Tenant Resource Centre on Horsfield Road in Lewes from 10.30am to 1.30pm on Thursday, March 5.
Wildlife and gardening experts from the council will be on hand to offer advice to new and experienced gardeners about how they can create food sources, shelter and corridors to encourage wildlife into their garden.
Free wildflower seeds and bird and bug homes will be available for gardeners to take away.
Councillor Matthew Bird, Cabinet Member for Sustainability, said:
“This is a wonderful opportunity for residents to find out more about encouraging wildlife into their gardens.
“Everybody is welcome to pop in, from those who have never tended their garden, to the more green-fingered among us.”
Published on 24 February 2020