Homes for hedgehogs thanks to Wombwell students

By Michael Upton | 10/04/2017

Homes for hedgehogs thanks to Wombwell students
Pictured (from left to right) are: Berneslai Homes’ staff Phillip McGrath-Kay and Philip Baughan, students Tom Robson, Kai Rameswari and Chad Hyde, teacher Mark Ibbotson and Berneslai Homes’ Gillian Totty.

COUNCIL housing bosses chipped in with students’ project to make homes for hedgehogs with a delivery of unwanted wood.

Pupils studying design and technology at Netherwood Advanced Learning Centre at Wombwell have been putting off-cuts to good use after the donation from Berneslai Homes.

Berneslai Homes’ community engagement officer Gillian Totty said: “We are really pleased the wood has gone to a good home and the students have done a fantastic job with their wood work.”


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