Last week saw the close of trading for this year’s Bright Stars programme. It has been fantastic working with the students and developing a new partnership with St James’ C of E Infant and Nursery School in Whitehaven. In recent weeks, the students have been working hard on their sustainable #ProtectThePricklies campaign, with activities including a visit from local animal charity Ani-Mel Haven to learn more about hedgehogs and building hedgehog feeding stations with members of our Consultancy Services team. The students, who have vowed to continue their conservation efforts despite the programme concluding, will get together with other participating schools later this month to celebrate another successful and enriching edition of Bright Stars.
Left image: Melanie James of Ani-Mel Haven shows the students a hedgehog with NSG's Benjamin Mundow
Centre image: NSG's Rob Thied demonstrates how the hedgehog feeding station works
Right image: The students help to build a feeding station