Churchyards

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust works throughout the county to provide wildlife knowledge and expertise, from ecological consultancy to wildlife advice.

The following guidance notes are available:

Wildlife pond pack

Basically boxes: part 1

Basically boxes: part 2

Butterfly gardening

Creature features

Cunning containers

Feeding garden birds

Furry furniture

Garden bumblebees 

Hedges for wildlife

Making compost

Organic gardening

Pest or guest?

Snail and slug control

Trees: shade and plants

Wildlife meadow

 

 


Caring for God's acre
Our mission is to champion the conservation of churchyards and burial sites across the British Isles

Case study: Elkstone parish church
Caring for God’s Acre’s vision is for churchyards and burial sites within the British Isles to be valued now and for the future.
Open 'Case study: Elkstone parish church'

Dean Meadows Group
A group of experts on wild flower meadows based in the Royal Forest of Dean

The Allen Scythe
The Allen Scythe is ideal for cutting long grass in churchyards but has potential for injury and better if subcontracted to a professional...