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Nature Alive at Stibbard!

Last Sunday a team of volunteers from the Fakenham Area Conservation Team (FACT) along with Mel Dagless from the Nursery and coordinated by Alison Woodward parent and school governor spent a lot of the day sorting out our wildlife area and pond which had become incredibly overgrown and not very accessible to the children.

This is just the start as there are going to be some new plants added to encourage more diverse wildlife such as yellow flag iris, crab apple, alder buckthorn, guelder rose and honeysuckle.

There are also plans to renovate our bird hide.

We are very grateful to Alison and the team of volunteers who have given freely of their time to benefit both wildlife and the children.

More volunteers are welcome to get involved. Please let us know in the school office if you are.

Follow the link to view the album of the what the volunteers got up to:

Nature Alive at Stibbard Project

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