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The Royal Entomological Society Garden

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The Royal Entomological Society Garden

The Royal Entomological Society is devoted to the understanding and development of insect science. It supports international collaboration, research and publication. It wants to show every person how remarkable and valuable insects are, and aims to enrich the world with insect science.

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Garden Rehoming

Where can you visit this garden after the Show?

The garden is being relocated to IQL Stratford in East London, as a teaching garden and long-term opportunity for insect study. The RES will partner with schools and universities to provide regular insect science activities and will use the garden as a basis for urban insect study. It will help bring insect science to a wider audience, encouraging the study of insects in our changing climate and a better understanding of the role they play in our ecosystems.

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“This opportunity has been invaluable for the RES. It has provided a remarkable platform to advance our global mission to promote insect science and make a positive impact on insects and those who study and appreciate them. The RES will benefit for years to come from this exceptional opportunity.” Simon Ward, CEO, Royal Entomological Society

Tom Stuart-Smith
Garden Designer