Sanctuary Gardens

The RSPCA Garden

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The UK’s leading animal welfare charity, the RSPCA is approaching its 200th anniversary, which takes place in 2024. It specialises in animal rescue and furthering the welfare cause for all animals. Its goal is also to inspire and empower people to help wildlife in their own gardens and communities.

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Garden Rehoming

Where can you visit this garden after the Show?

The show garden has been relocated to the RSPCA’s education hub at Stapeley Grange Wildlife Rescue Centre in Nantwich, Cheshire to support their prevention work and create a world that’s kinder to all animals. The space will deliver impactful experiences and bring essential animal welfare education to communities who have fewer opportunities to connect with their environment. As well as using learning in the natural environment to reach out and support young people, families and vulnerable adults, the education hub will support the emotional wellbeing and resilience of those taking part. The garden will enable thousands of people to develop kindness and empathy for animals and their environment, as well as investigative and problem-solving skills and resilience through hands-on activities, outdoor exploration and inquiry-based learning.

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“If everyone who sees the RSPCA Garden takes one action to help wildlife, then together we’ll make a big difference. From recreating its features at home, to volunteering, to going online and learning more about how you can help wildlife, every small step adds up to a kinder future.” Martyn Wilson, garden designer

Tom Stuart-Smith
Garden Designer