My Wild Allotment

If you have an allotment in Cardiff, you might be interested in entering our competition!

We are looking for the best Allotment Bug Hotel (or Palace, or Mansion!) in Cardiff.

Download this guide and build your own Bug Hotel, as big or as small as you like. Then take lots of photos and submit them to us by email, post or on social media using the hashtags #MyWildCardiff #MyWildAllotmentby Friday 1st September 2017

You could win a wildlife gardening pack for your allotment, including a pre-formed pond and bird boxes! Your entries will also be shared on our social media and in our e-newsletter. Please do sign up to hear the latest news.

We look forward to seeing your creations!

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