green infrastructure

There’ll be plenty going on on Saturday, March 28 at the Caia Park Partnership when the Green Infrastructure project is officially launched.

Activities include the ‘Our Outdoors Matters’ photography project, wildlife walk, community litter pick, hay baling demonstrations and recycled art creation zone. Food and refreshments will also be provided courtesy of the Hub Café at Caia Park Partnership.


The Green Infrastructure Project will have North Wales Wildlife Trust, Keep Wales Tidy and Woodland Classroom on hand to talk about all the ways you can get involved in your local green space over the next few months.

Jacinta Challinor, the Green Infrastructure Officer said: ‘We will be giving people a taste of all the exciting activities planned through this project. We are set to offer a huge range of opportunities for all abilities and ages from art projects to habitat management and you can get involved in them all.’

The Green Infrastructure Project aims to work with communities to carry out a series of environmental improvements on local green spaces throughout Wrexham that benefits nature and people. Work already taken place includes tree planting at Alyn waters, orchard planting and wildflower meadow creation at Caia Park and a Friends of Parks open day at Ty Mawr. To hear more about the work happening through this Project and volunteer yourself visit Green Infrastructure Project facebook and instagram page and leave a message or contact for more details.

Sign up to pay for your green bin to be emptied.