10:35AM, Sunday 27 July 2014
Creepy crawlies were unearthed at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts as school pupils helped map the wildlife at the site.
Year five students from the nearby St Edmund Campion Primary School teamed up with Jason Mills of Braywick Nature Centre on Friday, July 18, to discover what lurked in the land surrounding the centre's new living willow sculpture.
Jason, countryside and community engagement officer at the nature centre, said: "Wildlife is not only found in nature reserves and parks but can be discovered in unexpected places such as the Norden Farm sculpture garden.
"This site is a little gem for local biodiversity, teaming with crickets, grasshoppers, ladybirds and butterflies and covered in wildflowers."
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