Dec 29 2010 by Eleanor Barlow, Flintshire Chronicle
Coleg Llysfasi students help out at Wrexham school
ANIMAL CARE students from Coleg Llysfasi, part of Deeside College, have been helping out a primary school.
The National Diploma students worked alongside community officers from North East Wales Wildlife to provide a natural habitat area within the grounds of Minera Primary School, Wrexham.
The students made a willow igloo, which will root into the ground and in the spring and summer flowers will grow in it and provide nectar for a variety of invertebrates.
Animal care student Jack Williams, 17, said: “I have really enjoyed working on this project.
“It was great to see we had helped the primary school children with their learning.
“It was also good experience working alongside the North East Wales Wildlife.”