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Feel free to contact Wild Elements with any bookings, questions, projects, collaborative partnerships or feedback about any of our services via:

Rivendell Building, Bangor University Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RQ

07799 566533


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Community Gardens and Environmental Improvements

For all communities, schools and organisations wanting to make a difference to community well-being and the environment

Transform plain green spaces, shady spots, muddy corners, and bland, lifeless concrete and tarmac, into low maintenance, low cost, colourful spaces that are alive with nature with Wild Elements, and…

  • Create attractive, low maintenance areas for communities, customers, service users or staff to connect with nature and socialise
  • Improve community well-being and decrease stress through providing nature connections and space to relax (try Roots)
  • Provide pupils with an outdoor learning classroom (pupils can help create it!)
  • Develop areas for wildlife and biodiversity, whether tarmac or green space
  • Fulfil environment and education elements of the Well-being for Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015

Wild Elements Developing Educational Spaces

Photo of Wild Elements developing school space

Wild Elements provide the ability to transform green spaces or boring corners into outdoor learning areas, providing schools with the ability to leverage education within the beauty of the outdoor environment. To date, we have visit a number of schools across North Wales, providing a wild twist to outdoor facilities ensuring an outdoor learning experience like no other!

  • Outdoor Classrooms
  • Learning Gardens
  • Wildlife Zones
  • Willow Tunnels
  • Stage/Performance Areas… and more!

    For information on some of our school developments to date, visit, and keep up to date with:

The Wild Elements team includes qualified conservationists, permaculturalists and ecologists who specialise in conservation gardening and low maintenance, wildlife friendly garden design.

With specialist advice and help, choose from:

  • Sensory wildlife gardens
  • Wildflower beds
  • Bespoke planters, hand-made by Wild Elements
  • Hedges, trees, climbing plants
  • Birdhouses on buildings or in trees
  • Bug hotels, hedgehog houses, bat boxes, bee houses
  • Vegetable gardens
  • Benches, picnic tables, pagodas, sheds
  • Pond
  • Fire circle

If grant funding is required, Wild Elements may be able to help. Contact us for more information.