Pupils' warm welcome for a prickly visitor
SCHOOL pupils in the Bristol area have been making friends with some prickly characters.
A new fun and free hedgehog project from Avon Wildlife Trust has been touring schools in Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and Bath.
In Bristol the hedgehogs visited Woodstock Special School, St Barnabus Primary, St Werburgh's Primary and Ilminster Avenue Primary.
In Weston they went to Bournville Primary School, Windwhistle Primary, Walliscote Primary and Oldmixon Primary.
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Funded by Western Power Distribution, the project sees children find out about hedgehogs through interactive talks given by the Trust's team, and of course, they get to meet a live hedgehog.
Avon Wildlife Trust's Learning Development Officer Julie Doherty said: "Hedgehogs are fascinating creatures and children love to find out more about them.
"We are delighted that thanks to the support of Western Power Distribution we have been able to offer schools in low income areas free half-day interactive talks, games and other activities, on a fabulous hedgehog theme."
For more information about Avon Wildlife Trust, its educational work, its reserves and for details about how to join, go to avonwildlife trust.org.uk.