The oak and beech woodland of King’s Wood created by centuries of landscape management are a rich and rare habitat type at risk in modern western Europe covering only 2.5% of the UK. Ancient woods are irreplaceable. We cannot replace the complex biodiversity of ancient woods which has accumulated over hundreds of years. Many species that thrive in ancient woodland are slow to colonise. All ancient woodlands are unique and are distinctive. Once what little we have left is gone, it’s gone for good.
Learn about the Climate Coalition's Show The Love campaign and how we're doing our bit to look after nature and protect the things we love for the future. Discover some tips to make a positive change in your gardens, benefiting your local environment plus your health and wellbeing.
Winter always brings a seasonal treat for visitors to Trentham Gardens, but this year a spot of fresh air, glistening landscapes and a sense of wellbeing look even more welcoming than ever.
The first three months of the year welcomed a lot of change to the Italian Garden. Discover how the garden has changed from winter through to early spring as well as the regeneration projects the team have been carrying out.
Learn how we're doing our bit to look after nature and protect the things we love for the future. Discover some tips to make positive change in your gardens, benefiting your local environment plus your health and wellbeing.
Festive fun at award-winning Trentham Gardens always offers a Christmas mix of sparkling wintry gardens, frosty fairies and seasonal shopping – but this year, how about Yeti snowballing or have-a-go Festive Frisbee?