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Roseberry Celebrates New Wildlife Area

Dig It has been spotted in this wildlife area at Roseberry Academy as they celebrated the opening of their new wildlife space. After a recent lottery grant was received by the Academy to improve their outdoor space the area has been transformed with the help of Heather Devey from Naturally Wild and Richard Smith from Dig it Projects and of course the children who designed the signs.In a report by Darlington & Stockton Times head teacher Helen Channing who was delighted with the area, said “It will be a place for the children to explore, relax and discover.  A really super place for them to learn, It’s an amazing space, the area was badly overgrown and covered with bracken and it’s wonderful to see it come to life!”
The area will be a haven for birds, insects and small animals with feeding stations mini beast hotels and a shelter with sedum living roof