Children who created nature trail given certificates to mark project’s end

PUBLISHED: 12:00 26 November 2016

Children from Becket Primary School receive certificates from the mayor.

Children from Becket Primary School receive certificates from the mayor.

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A group of schoolchildren who have been involved in an eight-week project to create a wildlife nature trail received certificates from the mayor of Weston-super-Mare.

The year five pupils from Becket Primary School in Worle have been creating the trail with the help of the Big Worle community project.

The work has now come to an end, and they received certificates and badges from mayor Alan Peak. The Big Worle wildlife project will continue next year.


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