Portsmouth youngsters watch the world grow

FUN Abby Grimshaw, left, and Amelia Riley, both four, from The Willows Centre for Children take part in a Water Trail at Staunton Country Park.  Picture: Allan Hutchings (121029-915)
FUN Abby Grimshaw, left, and Amelia Riley, both four, from The Willows Centre for Children take part in a Water Trail at Staunton Country Park. Picture: Allan Hutchings (121029-915)
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PUPILS from The Willows nursery got the chance to see how important water is for making things grow.

A group from the nursery school, in Battenburg Avenue, North End, made the trip to Havant in the sunshine.

Headteacher Margaret Dunford explained: ‘At the moment our project is growth and change.

‘They went to Staunton to look at the animals and things across the park that need water to grow.

‘It was an opportunity to get out of the city and enjoy the environment which they loved.’

Staunton has a number of trails for children to learn from and enjoy.

To find out more call (023) 9245 3405.