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St Andrew's Primary School pupils in Bulmer explore nature with trip to woods


By Newsdesk Sudbury


Youngsters from Bulmer St Andrews madetheir final visit at an outdoor activity centre - Wiggery Wood Forest school, before the summer holidays....PICTURE: Mecha Morton... (13255801)
Youngsters from Bulmer St Andrews madetheir final visit at an outdoor activity centre - Wiggery Wood Forest school, before the summer holidays....PICTURE: Mecha Morton... (13255801)

Dressed in yellow salopettes and jackets, these children from St Andrew’s Primary School in Bulmer had a great time when they ventured into the woods last week.

The children were making their final visit to Wiggery Wood Forest in Halstead before their summer holidays. They visit the wood every two weeks.

Teacher Sue Axon-Eves said the forest school increases the children’s knowledge of nature, trees and wild flowers.

She said: “The woodland is home to many animals, so it is not unusual to see rabbits, hares, muntjacs and hear the calls of a wide number of birds.”



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