11:00AM, Tuesday 01 April 2014
An unusual new feature was unveiled at Braywick Nature Centre on Friday as a new teepee was erected.
Hard-working volunteers from charity Groundwork South helped put up the wooden structure, which will be used as a base for exploration and discovering wildlife for youngsters.
Centre manager at the site, in Hibbert Road, Jason Mills, said: "The teepee will be engaging and exciting for children
"It's such an unusual feature that actually fits perfectly into the environment."
A new cafe is also set to open at the nature centre on Saturday, while a host of Easter fun is also set to take place, including bug hunting, music sessions and nature spotting.
Visit groundworksouthlearning.org.uk for more information.
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