Peggy Wilson Trust / Kildwick Primary School Wildlife Garden - Project Consultation
The Peggy Wilson Trust in association with Kildwick Primary School is looking to apply for funding from the lottery to develop a small portion, to the far end, of the Peggy Wilson Playing Fields to create a very low impact community wildlife and possible, food garden. It is hoped that the garden will be used and supported by the local community, including the school children and other groups and individuals in our community.

The garden will be used to engage local school children in outdoor learning and nature and we will be inviting local community members to get involved in supporting us in teaching the children, maintaining the garden and just enjoying it.

We would really welcome input from local people that would like to get involved in creating and/or maintaining the garden and would would be happy to pass on skills and knowledge about wildlife and wildlife gardening.

We want to ask our local community members about their views on this project and would be grateful if you, as a community member, would answer the following questions relating to the project and complete the online questionnaire.

Your email address will only be used to confirm registration of your response and to inform you of the results of the questionnaire. It will not be used for any other purposes

Thank you for your help

Email address *
What part of the community are you from? *
Do you feel there is a need for a project like this? *
If yes, to the previous question, why do you feel there is a need & what would you like to see in the garden?
Your answer
How do you feel our community would benefit? Select more than 1 if relevant *
Would you be happy to get involved in creating our community wildlife and food garden for the school and community *
If yes to the previous question, how would you be willing to help? Select more than 1 if relevant
How do you feel you would benefit from this project? Select more than 1 if relevant *
Would you support our project? *
Your answer
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