The Joys of Transformation

Creating Space

The theme of this year’s Society of Heads Conference at Carden Park is ‘Creating Space’. Not only are we creating our own space by exhibiting here, to meet friends and clients once again but as keen gardeners we are also thrilled to be sponsoring the trip to the wonderful green space that is RHS Bridgewater, its 5th garden in the UK, opened in May 2021.  

As an introduction, RHS Bridgewater’s Curator Marcus Chilton Jones will come to the Conference on Monday 7th March to tell us about the challenge and joy of building this 154-acre horticultural gem by transforming a derelict space in just four years. Benefitting from the help of numerous volunteers, the strategic and sustainable plan was to enrich the lives of the local community, creating a lasting legacy for the people of Salford while welcoming enthusiasts from around the world.

Image courtesy of RHS Bridgewater

Transformation in your schools’ marketing

Transformation is a key goal for both gardeners and marketing experts. Knowledge and insight is vital. For gardeners, success depends on knowing the requirements of each plant: space to grow, preferences for soil type, sun exposure, water needs and temperature tolerance. Marketing your school works along similar principles; you can transform your marketing with a robust plan, underpinned and informed by insights and data.

As experts in marketing independent schools, over the past 12 years we have worked with a broad range of schools and their individual challenges. In each case, we have been able to transform their marketing strategy and the results have been astonishing.

You can learn how we do this here.

To learn more about RHS Bridgewater from the people who created it, click here