Yeo Valley Beavers brighten up Nailsea
PUBLISHED: 16:00 18 August 2017
A group of green-fingered beavers have been helping to look after a flower bed in Nailsea.
First Nailsea Scout Group is working with Nailsea in Bloom to maintain the plot near the fire station in Pound Lane.
Members of the Yeo Valley Beavers had a go at planting bulbs in the patch.
Louise Hamey, beaver scout leader from Yeo Valley Beavers, said: “The beavers really enjoyed doing the planting and were especially pleased to see the flower bed take shape almost before their eyes.
“Helping to look after the flower bed goes towards the community part of the world challenge badge.”
1st Nailsea Scout Group has three beaver colonies, three cub packs, two scout troops and one explorer unit.
The groups cater for children aged six to 18 and members meet at the activity and training centre in Clevedon Road.