Portishead in Bloom installs new insect boxes

PUBLISHED: 17:46 07 July 2015 | UPDATED: 17:46 07 July 2015

Portishead in Bloom  people placing bee hotels with  pupils from Highdown Sch Grace and Rylee and Judith Burrill and Joyce Cooper.

Portishead in Bloom people placing bee hotels with pupils from Highdown Sch Grace and Rylee and Judith Burrill and Joyce Cooper.

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Visitors to Portishead’s Open Air Pool this week will have noticed something a little bit different on the wall.

New colourful insect houses have been put up following a successful partnership between Portishead in Bloom and High Down Junior School, whose pupils helped with the decoration. The boxes were placed on the outer blue wall of the town’s open air pool last week and aim to help the local wildlife prosper.


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