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61 Sutcliffe Avenue

A characterful urban wildlife friendly garden being imaginatively rewilded. The garden offers the relaxing sense of a walk in the countryside. An inviting path winds past wildflower islands, through a rose covered arch, to a pollinators paradise garden and small pond. Tree trunks creatively recycled and a chicken run are added features.

Owner Info

  • Sue & Dave Wilder
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue
61 Sutcliffe Avenue

About 61 Sutcliffe Avenue

Our interest in environmentally friendly gardening started in 2014 when we made the decision to re-use all garden waste to create wildlife habitats and use various methods of composting. This new gardening habit turned into a passion leading us to discover garden rewilding, understanding the work involved but reaping the benefits of a wildlife haven.

We help the wildlife by planting nectar rich plants and placing logs throughout the garden which create wildlife communities offering shelter and food sources. Our 1/4 acre garden is shared with foxes, hedgehogs, birds, bees, butterflies, dragon flies, crickets and newts in the pond and enhanced by pretty wildflowers.
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Location details

61 Sutcliffe Avenue,
Reading,
Berkshire,
RG6 7JN

Directions to 61 Sutcliffe Avenue
Road: On Wokingham Rd (A329) from E, pass Showcase Cinema, then L at Nisa (Meadow Rd), then R into Sutcliffe Ave; from W, turn R at Nisa. Train: Earley Stn, then 10 min walk.

61 Sutcliffe Avenue openings

This garden has now completed its National Garden Scheme openings for this year.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access to the bottom of garden.
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FAQs

Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at 61 Sutcliffe Avenue at this time.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed in the garden at this time.

There are no plants for sale for the time being.

Yes, one or more routes at 61 Sutcliffe Avenue are accessible to wheelchair users.

Yes. 61 Sutcliffe Avenue seeks to offer a sustainable refuge for nearby fauna and wildlife. These sanctuaries host diverse habitats supporting indigenous flora and fauna and nurturing local biodiversity.