Mo­saic adds ex­tra piece to gar­den

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CHIL­DREN from Ful­mer In­fants School took part in a fun ac­tiv­ity to help un­veil a new mo­saic in the sen­sory gar­den at Iver En­vi­ron­ment Cen­tre on Wed­nes­day last week, writes Mort Smith.

Anadarko Pe­tro­leum, an in­ter­na­tional oil and gas ex­plo­ration company, and a ma­jor sup­porter of Iver En­vi­ron­ment Cen­tre, con­sulted with Ful­mer In­fant School whose pupils sub­mit­ted draw­ings of mini-beasts and an­i­mals.

Anadarko com­mis­sioned a lo­cal artist to cre­ate the mo­saic, which was laid in the sen­sory gar­den at the front of the cen­tre.

Tracy Bad­ham, head of so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity for Anadarko, for­mally un­veiled it.

The chil­dren went on a trea­sure hunt in the sen­sory gar­den and en­tered them on a sheet of pa­per in the shape of the new mo­saic.

Cen­tre man­ager De­bra Frankiewicz said: “The sen­sory gar­den is a very im­por­tant and ex­cit­ing part of the cen­tre as it pro­vides a place for adults with dis­abil­i­ties and school pupils and fam­i­lies to ex­pe­ri­ence na­ture us­ing their senses and en­hance their knowl­edge of the en­vi­ron­ment.”

Visit www.iver­na­ture., call De­bra Frankiewicz at Ground­work South Learn­ing Ser­vices on 07879 423 156 or email iver.en­vi­ron­ment@ ground­ to find out more about the ser­vices avail­able.

Pho­tos by Rob Bourne www.buyapho­ NL201410938

BRIGHT AD­DI­TION: School­child­ren get their first look at the mo­saic at Iver En­vi­ron­ment Cen­tre

TREA­SURE HUNTERS: (Above) Look­ing around the sen­sory gar­den; (left) Poppy and Alice Godfrey, both six

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