Hook Pollination Stations and Hog Highways

Hook Infant School is part of a green 'island' in the centre of Hook. We want to make this green heart of Hook a hub to spread out wildlife corridors in all directions, linking habitats via gardens and parks and out beyond into the wider countryside, including the nearby Hook Common and Bartley Heath SSSI and the Whitewater Meadows and Bassett's Mead SANGs. This will hopefully help create wildlife corridors throughout Hook.
We have two main types of corridor we are creating:
  • "Hook Pollination Stations" a patchwork of pollinator zones;
  • "Hog Highways" linking up hedgerows and other shrubby areas to gardens and open spaces for wildlife. This includes adding suitable places for cover, foraging and access points through fences.
St John the Evangelist Church, next to Hook Infant School has expressed interest in working together and linking our projects and efforts and we will be reaching out to other organisations to extend the "Green Heart of Hook" throughout the village.  
Click the links to see more details on each project.