Overhaul of beauty spot

By Harriet Ernstsons Thursday 01 May 2014 Updated: 02/05 08:47

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Buy photos » Coun Juliet Brunner checks out the new board with pupils Amie Bedford, nine, Tyler Fereday and Florence Connor, both eight. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1814023MMR. Order this picture at www.buyphotos247.com.

CREATIVE children have helped redesign an information board as part of an overhaul of a borough beauty spot.

The newly renamed Matchborough Water Gardens has a new board thanks to Matchborough First School Academy pupils while members of Christchurch have been regularly cleaning up the area.

Headteacher Jackie Harris said: "We were very pleased to help design the new sign. The children went down and had a look at the environment and wanted to include mini-beasts in the project."

Coun Juliet Brunner, who represents Matchborough on the borough council, added: "I'm certain the efforts of the Matchborough community will help the Redditch in Bloom entry retain their gold status and who knows, we could get platinum."

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