Puxton Park Visitors Urged to Engage with Nature During Conservation Week

Puxton Park Visitors Urged to Engage with Nature  During Conservation Week

ONE of the top tourist attractions in the South West is staging an educational week to inspire families to engage with nature and conservation. Puxton Park, outside Weston-super-Mare, is giving young explorers the chance to get involved in a range of interactive activities at its Conservation Week, from April 23-29. The popular adventure park is keen on conservation and supporting the environment and plants thousands of trees annually, to help attract wildlife.

This latest Conservation Week, will involve tree planting, pond dipping, Bird Box and Feed Making with the RSPB, with the park’s rangers. There will also be workshops and talks on how to care for and preserve our natural wildlife, and the chance for children to plant seeds.

Animal supervisor, Joe Huntley, said: “It is great to get children involved in conservation and what better way than to plant their own trees and watch them grow over the years.

“Our ongoing conservation efforts have help us attract a vast range of wildlife to Puxton Park.

“We hope this week-long event will encourage visitors to get closer to nature and appreciate our beautiful countryside.”

For photo opportunities and one-to-one press experiences please contact Lucinda Gilbert on 01934 523500, visit www.puxton.co.uk or email lucinda@puxton.co.uk.