Nature reserve open for spring and summer visits

PUBLISHED: 10:00 03 April 2019

Kingshill Primary School pupils during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Kingshill Primary School pupils during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Minibeasts, birds and an array of plants are ready to be discovered at a Nailsea nature reserve.

Kingshill Primary School pupils pond dipping with Andrew Town (chairman of the Friends of the reserve) during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONKingshill Primary School pupils pond dipping with Andrew Town (chairman of the Friends of the reserve) during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Stockway North Nature Reserve is open for visitors until August.

Volunteers will guide people around the site and help them learn more about its flora and fauna.

Pupils from Kingshill Church School were one of the first groups to enjoy a visit at the site.

Children enjoyed pond dipping and finding out more about the creatures they discovered.

Kingshill Primary School pupils pond dipping with Andrew Town (chairman of the Friends of the reserve) during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONKingshill Primary School pupils pond dipping with Andrew Town (chairman of the Friends of the reserve) during their visit to Stockway North Nature Reserve. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The nature reserve is open every Wednesday from April to August from 2-5pm and on the first Saturday of the month at the same time. Family and group visits can be arranged including school trips and scout and guide tours.

Friends of Stockway North Nature Reserve are always looking for new members.

To find out about volunteering, call Andrew Town on 01275 858064.


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