Sarah Thorp (Bishopton)

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As both a business owner and resident of Gloucester Road, Sarah is an active member of her local community, organising green-themed events and activities for her neighbourhood.


My favourite urban wildlife moment is walking through the local allotments (Golden Hill Community Gardens) seeing the variety and size of the fruit and vegetables grown in the heart of the city. 


After the launch of her art gallery and shop, Room 212, Sarah created Glos Rd Central - an information hub for local independent traders, green spaces and residents around Gloucester Road. Her green events are a fun way to promote local shops, community green spaces and environmental activities in the area.


Helping to improve the street scene, Sarah is increasing the biodiversity of Gloucester Road by putting planters full of wildflowers out on the pavements infront of her shop and encouraging street art. Even her window displays aims to encourage people to connect with wildlife with themes such as Bee Happy and Food for Thought. 




Sarah is helping to lead 'My Wild Business'.

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