The Wild Cat Wilderness is a community green space and food-growing garden, coordinated by the Rushey Green Time Bank. Since September 2014, volunteers have transformed a neglected, overgrown, rubbish-strewn space into a thriving community space for volunteering, events and Forest Schools. Here you can explore nature, play or relax, learn new skills and enjoy the space with others. It is a unique safe space and the community has uncovered some of this six-acre site, which backs onto the Pool River. It also features a tree house, climbing tree, veteran fruit trees, a beehive and pond. You can read more online about the impact of reclaiming this broken space.