The Queen’s Meadow in bloom
27 Jul 2017 — In September last year, the 90th new Coronation Meadow was created in London’s Green Park, named the Queen’s Meadow. Earlier this month, a small group from Plantlife, trustees, members and staff, went to see the meadow. We wanted to check progress, see what was in bloom or setting seed and identify as many species as possible.
The first three years
21 Dec 2016 — As we come to the end of our third year it’s a good time to take stock of what has been achieved under the project banner.
Celebrating the 90th new Coronation Meadow
15 Sep 2016 — His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales attended the seeding of the 90th new meadow created through the Coronation Meadows project. The meadow, at the west end of Green Park in central London, also represents the 60th county in which the project has worked with local partners to create new meadows since the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation and is to be named The Queen's Meadow.
Coronation Meadows grazing workshop at Gait Barrows
05 Sep 2016 — Expertise and innovative meadow management come together in this grazing workshop
Hive of activity at Eycott Hill restoration site, Cumbria
15 Aug 2016 — This summer as seen a hive of activity at Eycott Hill restoration site, Cumbria
Cross county botany at its best
22 Jul 2016 — A visit to Nottinghamshire's newly restored Coronation Meadow
Practitioners Workshop at the National Wildflower Centre
20 Jul 2016 — I had a fantastic day at the Coronation Meadows Restoration Practitioners Workshop 2016
A buzz in the meadows
12 May 2016 — With Biffa Award funding confirmed, they'll be a frenzy of activity to create and restore 58 meadows around the UK this year
Ffleur’s November blog
18 Nov 2015 — The latest from Gwent Wildlife Trust's Ffleur the lamb, now a fully grown grazer of the county Coronation Meadow
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