New project at Bristol Aquarium


We are excited to be working with a new project partner, the Bristol Aquarium. A group of students met staff (Wendy and Sarah) at the Aquarium last week to discuss a major exhibit of orchid species and information to link tropical ecosystems, biodiversity and conservation.

Provisional plans are for a living wall of orchids (above us in the photo) linked to images of the diverse forests they come from as well as information about Writhlington’s work and orchid raising from seed.

More news when we have it.


Best Amateur Exhibit

Great news from the European Orchid Congress – Writhlington has won Best Amateur Exhibit (presented in this photo by the President of the RHS) Well done to all the team here in London and back at school. We were also awarded an RHS Gold Medal with 16 points out if 16 for a flawless display, interactive education activities and information.