Promoting and facilitating ethical and environmentally friendly lifestyles since 1985
Gardening and grow your own courses
Garden Group – flexible topic group – group choose topics and subjects to look at throughout the term including outings where possible
A-Z Practical Gardening – including fruit and vegetable growing Wednesday mornings
A to Z of Gardening Ornamental and Productive Thursday afternoons
Science & Horticulture Wednesday (level 2) and/or Friday (level 3) afternoons can lead to a RHS Level 2 or 3 qualification if you wish
Willow weaving workshops
‘In Bloom’ planting (all or part)
Falkland Road Organic Gardeners
Health through horticulture
Member of Wirral Initiative on Trees
Supporting Wirral Tree Wardens
Wirral Community Tree Nursery
Furniture reuse and upcycling
Refresh – furniture reuse shop based in Birkenhead
The Toolshed – about to start. Contact us for more information
Upcycling workshops – taking place with Urban Vintage
Reduce, reuse and recycling
Terracycle crisp packet recycling
Wirral Refill Point
WEN Crafters – Alternate Monday mornings, 10-12
Summer Garden Party
Making your voice heard
Active Travel Forum
Community meetings and events – speakers, stalls and representation
Cool Wirral Partnership
Liverpool City Region Year of the Environment
Stalls at local events, including Wirral Earth Fest, Ness Gardens
Time Capsule at Ness Gardens
Waste Action Group
Wirral Chamber of Commerce
From Willow harvesting and planting up local areas to manning stalls at events… get involved
As an environmental education charity, we seek to inform, advise, and encourage people to make the changes that will lead to sustainable lifestyles.
We believe that the severe limitations of our present political system means that the changes needed to secure a sustainable future for our children are likely to come too late.
Climate change is upon us, yet politicians still cannot agree on the way forward. As a non-party political organisation, we believe we can bring about change by motivating people to take charge of their lives. Wirral Environmental Network does not seek to effect these changes via political candidates and the ballot box.
Wirral Environmental Network is an environmental education charity (Registration No. 1068306) set up to promote and facilitate ethical and environmentally friendly lifestyles.
When are we open?
We do not have set opening hours, although you will usually find someone in the office most weekday mornings.
Please ring to check, and avoid a wasted journey. Our number is 0151 639 2121 and you can leave a message if no-one is around to answer immediately.
Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org or the people listed above if you know who you need to contact.
The Sandon Building