Monday 22nd June 2022

School children join us for nature trail in West Cambourne

Pupils at Hardwick and Cambourne Community Primary School were invited to our Burghley Green development to explore the brand new nature trail in the showhome garden

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Pupils learn about local wildlife on exciting nature trail

Designed to be fun and educational, the nature trail showcases all the amazing habitats that can be found in the garden and with bee posts, butterfly feeders, bird tables and hedgehog highways, there was plenty to explore. The children also received an activity pack to make the experience more interactive. 
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Emily Samuels, Assistant Headteacher at Hardwick and Cambourne Community Primary School, said: “We were delighted when Taylor Wimpey approached us about doing this activity. The children had a fantastic time exploring the nature trail and they learned lots of new things about the local wildlife in our area.”

Caroline Carter, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey East Anglia, said: “It was great to see the children exploring the brand new trail and sparking their interest in nature. 

“Helping our community engage with nature is really important to us and as part of our environment strategy we are aiming to increase natural habitats by 10% on new sites by 2023.

“The nature trail at Burghley Green provides a fun and enjoyable learning experience for all ages, and we look forward to welcoming more visitors in the future.”

To find out more about Taylor Wimpey’s environment strategy, please click here.