Station Master's Community Wildlife Garden

Phone: 0191 2893696
Address: Adjacent to Stanley Crescent

The Station Masters' Community Wildlife Garden is an initiative of the Clarence and Waterford Crescent Residents Association (CAWCRA) in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. CAWCRA comprises members of 23 households (65 people) from the two principal streets and a number of associate members from adjoining areas. CAWCRA’s focus is the Nexus owned trackside land and former Station Masters’ Garden (from C. 1882).The aim of this CAWCRA project is to protect and enhance local wildlife, promote integrated horticulture and food growing, and invigorate historic and landscape values on this 1.5 acre site.

Facilities: Community recycling/composting, Wildlife area
Open to the public? Yes
Open to the public - details: Variable opening hours/pre-arranged visits/events or open days only
Accessible? No
Livestock?: No
Directions:

Adjacent to Whitely Bay Metro station