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Creating a pond, no matter how small, is one of the best things you can do for the wildlife in your garden. As well as providing a source of water for birds and mammals, creating an aquatic habitat will attract frogs, toads and newts, drawn by the insects that love to live in pond water. Insects also provide invaluable food to attract more wildlife - parent swifts can gather up to tens of thousands of insects a day! If you can situate your pond in a sunny spot you may even have dragonflies and damselflies flitting about in summer.
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First find a suitable space in your garden. This will be an area that receives direct sunlight for at least some of the day. Avoid overhanging trees and think about how the site will be safe for people, especially children.
Mark the outline of your pond on the ground. Once you know your ideal pond size, you can work out how much pond liner you'll need like this:Desired pond length + (desired pond depth x 2) = Length of liner requiredDesired pond width + (desired pond depth x 2) = Width of liner requiredFor example, if you'd like a pond that's roughly 2.5m long, 1.5m wide and up to 60cm/0.6m deep:
So you would choose the largest pack available, the 4m x 3m kit.
View our guide to help you create your wildlife pond using this kit - a paper copy of this guide is included with every pond liner pack.
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