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Wriggly worms educate Twyford Children

Cedar Park Day Nursery in Twyford has added their very own wormery into the nursery garden.

The children and nursery practitioners have created a wormery from scratch as part of their environmental commitments. The Ofsted-Outstanding day nursery on Bridge Farm Road, already hold an Eco-Schools Silver Award and are now working towards Green Flag, the highest accolade.

They have created the wormery from natural materials and used damp paper and soil to create a cosy and sustainable habitat for the worms.

Cedar Park Manager Emma Kemp said:

“We are serious about reducing our environmental impact and we believe being outdoors is good for children’s learning and development. A wormery is a great new addition to our nursery garden and will help demonstrate the amazing way that waste can be transformed by worms.”