Pilot site description


The mats are used for the Worden Walled Garden Project. Worden Park is a public park, based in Leyland. This project will restore and develop the site to transform this forgotten local heritage into a living museum and working kitchen garden, creating a visitor attraction with added therapeutic and educational benefits. As this is a social project, a large part of the work is executed by persons with learning difficulties assisted by community workers.

In total 5.400 m² of matting will be used, spread over 2 years. By the end of 2013, the work will be completed.


Update July 2013:  Official opening of the Walled Garden.pdf (359306) 


Panel, instructions, information,... concerning the pilot site South Ribble  
Panel for the pilot site in South Ribble(english version)

Weed control - Panel pilot site South Ribble - Victorian Walled Garden.doc (261,5 kB)

Walled Garden Project - more info Walled Garden Project - description.pdf (1,3 MB)
Walled Garden Project - plan Walled Garden Project improvement.pdf (472,6 kB)




Photo of the panel


Installation instructions and lay-out Weed control - installation instructions and lay-out.doc (947,5 kB)
Flyer Weed control - Flyer.pdf (2 MB)


Pictures of the pilot site           
May 2012 Pictures before installation
July 2012 July 2012 - Pictures after the installation
March 2013 March 2013 - Pictures after the installation
June 2013 June 2013 - Pictures after the installation
September 2013 September 2013 - Pictures after the installation
June 2014 June 2014 - Pictures after the installation
September 2014 September 2014 - Pictures after the installation