Kellbank Primary School Visit

Friday, June 12th 2015

Kellbank Primary School enjoyed a visit to the reserve in glorious weather today. They found Leeches, Sticklebacks and hundreds of tadpoles while they were pond dipping. At the outdoor classroom newts were seen in the damp, dark patches underneath logs. Finally as part of the habitat walk some fantastically creative artwork was created on the woodland floor.

While we were busy leading activities for the school visit, John was hard at work, servicing all of the tools. They are now all looking great and ready for a day’s work again!

Thank you to everyone who has helped out here today.


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