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Environmental Action

Castlemorton CE Primary School Children Join Forces with Village Environment Action Group to Boost Biodiversity

In a collaboration between education and environmental stewardship, our young eco-champions eagerly lent their green fingers to the village Environment Action Group's latest initiative. The children actively participated in planting bulbs as part of a broader campaign to enhance biodiversity in and around Castlemorton.

The initiative, spearheaded by Castlemorton Environment Action Group, aims to create a lasting impact on the local ecosystem by introducing a variety of native plants and flowers. The enthusiastic participation of the children further underscores the community's commitment to fostering environmental awareness and sustainability.

We are thrilled to see our children actively engaging in projects that contribute to the well-being of our community. Their hands-on experience not only enhances their understanding of biodiversity but also instils a sense of responsibility towards our environment.

The collaborative effort not only serves as an educational opportunity for the children but also fosters a sense of community involvement. The Environment Action Group recognises the importance of intergenerational cooperation and welcomes the energy and enthusiasm brought by the younger generation.

The bulb-planting event is part of a wider campaign that will see additional community-led initiatives aimed at preserving and enhancing Castlemorton's natural beauty. By involving the school children, the village is ensuring a sustainable legacy of environmental consciousness for future generations.