Kids get planting

Penny Bunting from Little Green Space, Head Teacher Simon Gostick and pupils from Lea Primary School after planting the new wildflower meadow.
Penny Bunting from Little Green Space, Head Teacher Simon Gostick and pupils from Lea Primary School after planting the new wildflower meadow.
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An award winning environmental project has helped to create a new mini wildflower meadow at a school.

Penny and Richard Bunting from Little Green Space visited the Lea Primary School, in Church Street, and together with parents and pupils sowed a wide selection of wildflower, including cowslip, ragged robin, corn poppy and lady’s bedstraw.

“It’s great to be able to contribute to the inspiring steps being taken at Lea Primary School to develop the school grounds and further improve outdoor learning opportunities for the pupils,” said Richard.

“Children really benefit from being able to get outdoors and experience nature.

“The mini meadow will attract and help pollinators such as bees and butterflies, and once fully established it will look stunning.”

Further information is available by visiting www.littlegreenspace.org.uk or following Little Green Space on Twitter @LGSpace.