Kennet Rainscapes Project to build rain gardens in schools

By improving storm water managment in towns and villages along the River Kennet we can keep the Kennet cleaner. 
We have been working with RHS Gold Medal winning garden designer Wendy Allen to create rain gardens in the Kennet Catchment.

We are helping people to create rain gardens because they:
  • Reduce water pollution
  • Prevent flooding
  • Make for beautiful, low-maintenance landscapes
  • Improve air quality
  • Increase biodiversity and wildlife

    To find out more about rain gardens at home take a look at our rain
    gardens page.

Find out more about the schools projects here and here


These images are from rain gardens we have created at Preshute and Ramsbury Primary Schools