Kelsall Community Primary School

During September 2005 and in conjunction with the school's Gardening Club, a wild flower area was created by planting more than 80 pot-grown perennial wildflowers, along a 50 metre stretch of hawthorn hedge on the playground boundary.

The species included black and greater knapweed, red and white campion, foxglove, meadow cranesbill, dog violet, cowslip, feverfew, evening primrose and green alkanet.

With the aid of the Butterfly Conservation Education CD and some on-site tuition, it is hoped that butterfly spotting (and recording) might become a new playtime activity next season.