A garden transformed
We’re working with Andy Sturgeon – a leading figure in British landscape design, and winner of numerous gold medals and Best in Show awards at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. His designs have creatively re-imagined our green spaces.
Kellogg’s four-acre site is part of a conservation area with most of the buildings, and some of the garden walls, having listed status. Our plan to redevelop the gardens will create a sense of unity, with a varied and flexible series of interconnected green spaces that foster community and good health.
Thanks to generous donations from the Herbert Lane Trust and Alison Day we have made an exciting start to our vision. The gift from Alison is given in memory of Chris Day, Emeritus Fellow.
The central lawn area, known as the Herbert Lane Courtyard, has been redeveloped to increase biodiversity and create new habitats. A wide range of plants is attracting a multitude of invertebrates and other animals, all the while bringing people into close contact with nature and enhancing both their health and wellbeing.
Our proposed masterplan aims to create a unique atmosphere, respect the history of the site, and repurpose it for the 21st century” Andy Sturgeon
The work to transform the Herbert Lane Courtyard is the first step to completing our site masterplan. On 20th and 21st June we are holding our first ever Giving Day to seek support to continue our work to transform Kellogg’s green spaces.
Please donate to transform Kellogg’s grounds into inspired spaces where nature and learning can intertwine.