River of Flowers: York

A-Z of our partners

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Acomb Wood

Acomb Wood, York’s newest nature reserve was designated in 2007.

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C

Clifton Backies

Clifton Backies lies between Bootham Stray and Water Lane in Clifton Without.

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D

Derwenthorpe Meadow

The Derwenthorpe Gardening and Wildlife Group have created a wildflower meadow and will be growing food in this new and attractive eco development

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F

Fulford Community Orchard

Fulford Community Orchard is the remains of the orchard of the former Naburn Hospital.

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G

Glen Community Garden

The aim behind setting up Glen Community Garden in Heworth is to bring local residents together to learn about growing vegetabl

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Groves Secret Garden

At the Groves Secret Garden in Guildhall, so named because of its hidden location, the Dig In team is working with local residents and organisation

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H

Hob Moor

Hob Moor is part of Knavesmire, one of York’s ancient commons. The land is unimproved pasture grazed by cattle in summer.

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L

Lidgett Grove Community Garden

Lidgett Grove Community Garden is being created in Acomb with Lidgett Grove Methodist Church, local groups and residents to create a community gard

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S

Sanderson House Community Garden

A community garden has been created in the space at the back of Sanderson House Community House in Chapelfields to bring local

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St Nicholas Fields

St Nicholas Fields is a nature reserve with attributes at a 24-acre site in Tang Hall.

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Y

York St John University: Northfield Allotments

New allotment site managed by York St John University. This is the home to Edible YSJ, encouraging students to grow food together.

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York University: Heslington East Campus Meadows

The Univerity of York campus at Heslington East is a beautiful space which provides a green haven for staff, students and local residents.

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