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Isle of Wight Public Green Spaces project Supported by the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and The Southern Co-op
Can you help us understand how we can improve your public green space for people and wildlife?
We know green spaces are good for wildlife, but they are also vital to our own health and well-being. Our ability to connect with nature through our local environment is now more important than ever, that’s why The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and supported by Southern Co-op, would like to build and support projects that improve these important spaces.
The Isle of Wight Public Green Spaces Project is inviting residents of Pan, Ventnor, East Cowes, Freshwater and Binstead to take part in our online research. Using our interactive map and questionnaire, we would like to know...
• What green spaces you use and why? • What areas you don’t use and why? • What wildlife you have seen?
Visit our dedicated website at hiwwt.org.uk/iow-greenspaces to take part.