Head North for Beauty, Pollinators and Carbon Capture

Collaborating to create a wildflower meadow trail with and for the communities of north Liverpool and south Sefton, we are adding colourful spaces to our urban spaces, increasing local biodiversity and carbon capture for healthier neighbourhoods.

We are creating a wildflower meadow trail from north Liverpool to south Sefton so that you can enjoy a bit of nature close to home.

Big and small, these new wildflower meadows add little pieces of nature to our urban landscapes and increase biodiversity for bees and pollinators.

 

Marsh Lane Park/Gray Street

 

Bootle MP Peter Dowd found out more about Head North when he visited the Marsh Lane Park
meadow site where children from All Saints Primary School have been lending their support
to the project.

 

 

Pupils from All Saints Primary School have been offering a helping hand at Gray Street and
Marsh Lane Park.

 

Everton Park

 

Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School pupils enjoying sowing at Everton Park – the new
Head North meadows mean that Everton now has the largest collection of wildflower
meadows in Liverpool.

 

Albion Street

 

Pupils from Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School also sowed at Albion Street so they
had a very busy morning.

 

Longfield Park

 

Volunteers get busy sowing the new wildflower meadow at Longfield Park.

 

Tynemouth Close

 

Children from All Saints Catholic Primary School in Anfield helped with the sowing of the
new meadow at Tynemouth Close.

 

Violet Road

 

Sowing in progress at the new wildflower meadow site at Violet Road in Bootle.

 

Langtry Close

 

Work in progress on sowing the new wildflower meadow at Langtry Close in north Liverpool.

 

More from Everton Park

 

More photos of the sowing at Everton Park and the busy bees from Our Lady Immaculate
Catholic Primary School.

 

Liverpool John Moores University

 

Wildflower meadows capture carbon, helping to improve our air quality. Liverpool John
Moores University will be testing soil samples before sowing and when the meadows are
in full bloom to measure and compare the levels of pollutants.

 

Wordsworth Close

 

Wildflowers love substrate! We’re experimenting with Merseygrit and Biochar at our
Wordsworth Street meadow which has an artistic plot design – titled ‘The Wave of Words’
by our volunteers. Plus a generous donation from a local resident has helped to add a
splash of colour to the site.

 

Head North at the movies
 
View these films to find out more about Head North’s objectives and how our sowing has been progressing.