No Mow May is a national campaign where people across the country leave their grass to grow throughout May to
maximise food sources for insects. Not mowing the lawn allows wildflowers and other plants to
grow, which insects love.
The campaign is promoted by Plantlife, a British conservation charity working nationally and
internationally to save threatened wild flowers, plants and fungi. For more information visit No Mow
South Glos council are supporting No Mow May by only cutting key routes and the commitments they have with