GardenWorld invites you to 'go wild' in
your garden this weekend
GardenWorld in Brent Knoll were able to meet some feathered and
prickly gardeners friends and learn how to make their gardens
wildlife-friendly. The event, which ran over two days, also marked
the launch of a new Burnham animal group
who attended the garden centres free Wildlife Weekend on
June 25 and 26 were also given top tips on creating a plot that
attracts friendly birds, insects and bees.
formed animal rescue service The Acorn Project provided the wildlife
for visitors to see the event - with creatures including a barn
owl and hedgehog.
Acorn Project, based in Burnham-On-Sea, specialises in rescuing,
rehabilitating and re-homing or releasing back into the wildlife,
where appropriate, orphaned and injured domestic and wild creatures.
Shore, who founded the organisation, explained: "The Acorn
Project is not just about animal rescue it is a community initiative
bringing therapy to the elderly and infirmed, education to children
of all ages and awareness to the general public."
the animals we have we currently visit schools whose pupils range
from five to 16-years-old and more than a dozen nursing homes
in the Weston, Cheddar and Bristol areas."
organisation plans to take part in similar events, shows and fetes
throughout the summer in London, Cardiff, Bristol and across Somerset.
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