Nailsea School pupils create wildlife garden
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Children from a Nailsea school have created a new garden to attract more wildlife into the school grounds.
Year three pupils from Golden Valley Primary School, in Nailsea Park, have been learning about the importance of plants and trees.
They were so inspired by the topic that they decided to create a haven for wildlife in their school grounds.
With some help from their parents, the pupils have cleared the patch of weeds from the area and added plants to the garden which will attract insects and bees.
Nailsea Patio Supplies also donated a number of paving stones to put in the pollinators garden.
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The school would like to thank staff from the garden centre for their kind donation.
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