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Pupils Woodland Artwork To Be Exhibited at Nature Reserve Autumn Festival

Thursday 20th October

Pupils Woodland Artwork To Be Exhibited at Nature Reserve Autumn Festival

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to collaborate with Hallcroft Infant & Nursery School and received their woodland artwork on Thursday 13th October crafted by the pupils to display at the Trusts Autumn Festival at the Idle Valley Nature Reserve.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are excited to see the pupils creativity and proud to be able to provide a platform for the school to be promoted in the local community and to visitors to the Trusts centre on the reserve.

Trish Evans, Audience Development Manager at the Trust said, “It’s fantastic that the pupils are inspired by their local wildlife and encouraged to connect with the natural world. This is a great way for them to discover nature on their doorstep.”

Mrs J Cook, Head Teacher said, “The school works closely with the local community including the local nature reserve and centre at Idle Valley. It’s a great opportunity for the pupils to develop their imagination to inspire and support their learning. The Arts and wildlife feature highly at the school and the pupils are delighted that their artwork will be featured at the Autumn Festival for the local community and centre visitors to enjoy.”

The Idle Valley Autumn Festival is a free event held at the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre at the nature reserve near Retford on 23rd October 2016 from 10am until 4pm. Activities include broom making, tool share, bird walks and ringing demonstration, hedgehog conservation and autumnal wild games as well as the centre café and shop selling wildlife themed products.

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