Giving birds a cosy new home

Grace and William Cavilla with mum Catherine (right) and Wild Green Spaces project assistant Becky Stanley during the bird box making event
Grace and William Cavilla with mum Catherine (right) and Wild Green Spaces project assistant Becky Stanley during the bird box making event
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FAMILIES had fun when they made bird boxes for visitors to their garden.

Hartlepool’s Wild Green Spaces Team showed visitors to Seaton Carew Park how to put together the bird homes in a free event.

And they got to take their boxes home with them to put in their gardens to encourage birds to nest in them.

They also made nest ball bundles out of materials provided to put inside the boxes.

The event was one of a series with the Wild Green Spaces Team that will take place in Seaton Carew Park throughout the year.

They are part of a new programme of activities organised by the Friends of Seaton Park volunteer group which is working to provide new and improved facilities for the park, off Station Lane.

The Wild Green Spaces Team will be back in April when they will be looking for people to help plant a border to attract butterflies.

It takes place on Wednesday, April 4, from 10am-3pm.

For more information or to arrange transport, call the team on (01429) 853325.