09:37AM, Friday 17 February 2017
A nature reserve will not be closing while works are completed on the school nearby.
Braywick Nature Centre, in Hibbert Road, will remain open, though some of its services will be delivered differently during the construction, a Royal Borough spokesman has announced.
The car park will also remain accessible.
"We realise how important the facility is for our residents and we have worked hard with contractors to help reduce the impact of construction during this time," the spokesman added.
The reserve promotes awareness of the outdoors through various events and education sessions with schools, and has exhibitions on wildlife and local history.
Activites for young people and schools, which include pond dipping and bug hunts, will still go ahead in different parts of the centre and Braywick Park.
Evening events will continue as normal, and anyone interested in yoga or pilates can call 01628 777440 for further details.
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