As 2020 draws to a close, we reflect on the importance of green space in supporting health and well-being.
With a sigh of relief, it is time for us to bid 2020 adieu. And what an unexpected year it has been, with Covid-19 presenting numerous challenges.
The Wildflower Turf team have all remained well and we consider ourselves very fortunate that the business has been able to continue to operate throughout the pandemic, albeit with some changes required.
Reflecting on the year that has been, our over-riding thoughts turn to the importance of well-being, and how renewed awareness of, and access to, green space became synonymous with reviving tired, challenged, and anxious souls over the difficult months of lock-down.
Post lock-down, many people are still relying on their local area of green as a place to meet family and friends while complying with social distancing requirements, as well as getting in a regular dose of exercise and nature.
This renewed focus has, understandably, also resulted in many of us more closely examining our local green spaces. New research (commissioned by the countryside charity, CPRE, alongside the HomeOwners Alliance,…