Garden gets new lease of life

VOLUNTEERS from Anglian Water have helped refurbish a wildlife garden at a Huntingdon primary school. Digging deep was the order of the day as the volunteers created three vegetable patches, cleared an area of weeds and planted a hedgerow as well as plant

VOLUNTEERS from Anglian Water have helped refurbish a wildlife garden at a Huntingdon primary school.

Digging deep was the order of the day as the volunteers created three vegetable patches, cleared an area of weeds and planted a hedgerow as well as planting mixed wildflower seeds.

The garden at Cromwell Park Primary School will also soon have a stag beetle hotel which the volunteers are planning to create at a future date.

Collette Nicholls, Anglian Water media manager, said: "This was a fantastic example of putting something positive back into the community."

The group volunteered their time as part of Anglian Water's Give Me Five scheme.

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