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Wildlife Habitats

John Loran, one of our shedders has been a princpal member of ‘The RWB Community Garden and Nature Reserve Trust'  working in collaboration with the Town Council to improve ‘green spaces’ in the town with the objective to promote a variety of plant and animal species whilst maintaining accessibility to the local community. 

John when participating at The RWB Shed, has recently completed a variety of wildlife habitats for the area to include bird boxes, a hedgehog house and Kestrel nesting box.