The Wildlife Gardening Competition

Winning business garden, John Braddock Convalescent Centre

This is now closed. If funding is available it will be running again in 2016

This is annual award scheme run by the Wildlife Gardening Partnership and sponsored by the Co-operative, that promotes the creation of attractive and welcoming gardens for wildlife and people.

  • Reasons to get involved: Brightening up your local patch, develop community spirit, promote your local environment and sustainable practices and create habitats for wildlife in Gwynedd, Conwy and Anglesey.


  • Awards and prizes to be won: Your garden could win a bronze, silver or gold award, plus a first prize of £100 for each category.


  • Private Gardens (large and small)
  • School gardens
  • Community gardens
  • Business gardens.

Hints and tips:

The judges will look for a variety of habitats and plants such as hedges, trees, flower boarders, meadow and ponds. A variety of garden features that support wildlife such as nest boxes, bird feeders and log piles. And sustainable use of natural resources such as making compost, peat-free products, use of rainwater and alternatives to pesticides.



Download the registration form below to enter or contact the project officer, Anna Williams  (details below).

Contact details:

Anna Williams:
Telephone: 01248 360981
Mobile: 07772280970

North Wales Wildlife Trust office:
Telephone: 01248 351541

Judges will visit short-listed gardens in June, prize giving will take place at Portmerion in early July.


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competition_leaflet.pdf2.35 MB
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registration_form_wildlife_garden_comp_2014.doc702.5 KB