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The Community Orchard and Wildlife Garden

An oasis of calm hidden behind high walls in the midst of urban life. This community project commenced in the February of 2013 and is an evolving garden, orchard and nature sanctuary. The main features include a pond, a young orchard, a vegetable bed, bee keeping and areas set aside for wildlife.
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    The Society of Friends were keen to promote positive community activities and sustainability. They have helped fund the project in coordination with TANN (The Avenues Neighbourhood Network), who are carrying out the clearing and gardening work. The history of the garden as a Quaker Graveyard will fascinate those interested in the early development of Liverpool and cities in general.

Features and Attractions

The historic gravestones of the Society of Friends are still in situ.

The Community Orchard and Wildlife Garden- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

Admission:
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  • Concessions:
  • Child:

On this day, this garden opens as part of .

Admission also gets you entry to this garden in the area:

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

The Society of Friends
http://www.tann.org.uk

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How to find us

The Community Orchard and Wildlife Garden
Arundel Avenue
Lancashire
L17 2AT

1m S of Liverpool.
Accessibility information

The paths are level but covered with chipped wood.

More about The Community Orchard and Wildlife Garden

The Society of Friends were keen to promote positive community activities and sustainability. They have helped fund the project in coordination with TANN (The Avenues Neighbourhood Network), who are carrying out the clearing and gardening work. The history of the garden as a Quaker Graveyard will fascinate those interested in the early development of Liverpool and cities in general.

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