Enabling the RHS to Grow its Education Programme at Wisley

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is the UK’s largest gardening charity dedicated to enriching everyone’s lives through plants and making the UK a greener and more beautiful place. Support from The Mohn Westlake Foundation will enable the RHS to grow its educational programme at its flagship garden, RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey.

The RHS, which aims to support young people’s health and wellbeing, and inspire a new generation of gardeners and horticultural scientists, is creating a new National Centre for Horticultural Science and Learning at Wisley. This will transform its learning facilities and internationally important scientific research, helping to find solutions for current social and environmental challenges affecting the planet. Support from the Foundation will create two state-of-the-art learning studios within the new centre.


At a glance…

  • RHS Wisley currently welcomes over 1 million visitors a year. This figure is expected to increase to 1.5 million by 2024/25.
  • The number of free school visits to Wisley will increase from 17,000 to 21,500 per year, comprising at least 18,000 primary and 3,500 secondary school visits per annum.

For more information about this project and more, please visit the RHS's website: www.rhs.org.uk

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