Pupils dig deep to plant wildflowers

Emmanuel pupils Amy and Courteney sowing'The Waterthorpe Wildflower Corridor is a five year grassland biodiversity project sponsored by Crystal Peaks Retail Centre and developed under the supervision of Sheffield Landscape Trust working closely with local volunteers,community groups, businesses and schools. Emmanuel Junior School pupils helped by Sheffield Landscape Trust sowed wildflower seeds on prepared ground at Thorpe Green then, linking arms in a line they tamped down the soil with their feet
Emmanuel pupils Amy and Courteney sowing'The Waterthorpe Wildflower Corridor is a five year grassland biodiversity project sponsored by Crystal Peaks Retail Centre and developed under the supervision of Sheffield Landscape Trust working closely with local volunteers,community groups, businesses and schools. Emmanuel Junior School pupils helped by Sheffield Landscape Trust sowed wildflower seeds on prepared ground at Thorpe Green then, linking arms in a line they tamped down the soil with their feet
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Youngsters sowed wildflower seeds to help transform a green space in Sheffield.

Pupils from Emmanuel Junior School linked arms and then patted down the soil with their feet at land on Thorpe Green.

It was part of work on the Waterthorpe Wildlife Corridor, a grassland biodiversity project with Sheffield Landscape Trust.