Whether consciously or not, front gardens reflect the aspirations and concerns (or lack of them) of their owners.  While the front garden will always respond to lavish attention, it doesn’t necessarily require a lot of money and energy to make worthwhile improvements.

We aim to offer rewarding things to aspire to and other goals that are more in the way of practical matters

What people would like to do with their front gardens is to some extent constrained by the law and local government regulations. These are goals set by people other than the garden owner. So we deal with goals under the following headings:

Legal Context
Pride, expression and celebration
Street scene  improvements
Good manners

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the campaign to revitalise Britain's front gardens

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