The grounds across our venue are home to an array of plants and wildlife, and well maintained by a team of gardeners. Any fallen trees are cut into logs and stored to use in the open fires around the venues, or broken down into chippings, giving them a new use. The flowers beds are then scattered with wood chip, not only for an attractive soil cover (these are luxury wedding venues after all), but to provide a natural form of insulation, help conserve moisture and support growth. Not to mention, a rewilding scheme is already in place at Cain Manor, and discussions are underway for the scheme to branch to Notley Abbey. This scheme utilises the acres of land at Cain, and eventually either side of the long driveway at Notley, as a nature-based solution to the increasing environmental problems.