Patch of the Planet garden design is run by Dina and Neil Kingsnorth.
Our broad experience combines skills and training in garden design and care with professional experience working on global and local environmental issues. Our knowledge and experience of organising community projects and professional training and teaching experience mean we can work with a wide range of clients and projects.
The Patch of the Planet team
Dina combines her formal Diploma training in Professional Garden Design with her love of painting and planting. She has been organically gardening and propagating for over a decade. She is passionate about creating beautiful, productive spaces and promoting sustainable living.
Neil is a certified permaculture designer and is currently working through the Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design and the Patrick Whitefield Land course, which specialises in designing spaces informed by an understanding of the land. He has written for Permaculture magazine and has been organic and permaculture gardening for over fifteen years. He has worked in community-based charities for that long too, including as Chief Executive of The Orchard Project and Head of Activism at Friends of the Earth.
We live in suburbia in Warrington, in the North-West of England, in an endlessly busy family household, with four kids, a dog, several hens, stick insects, fish … and a garden.
If you’d like to discuss a garden project or community initiative with us, we’d be happy to have an informal chat.
About Patch of the Planet
Patch of the Planet is a garden design business with a difference. We use permaculture design to create beautiful, thriving and edible gardens in harmony with nature. We work mainly in Warrington, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside but are happy to consider wider too. Find out more about what we do and why.