Spot the seats in Apex Park

Spot the seats in Apex Park

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Six sturdy wooden structures, all based on things you may see in Apex Park, have been installed around the pond on the lakeside track. They can also be used a wildlife treasure hunt, so that children can spot them whilst walking around the park.

Eagle-eyed visitors will see a bee, a dragonfly, a snail, a frog, a grasshopper and a butterfly which can be climbed on by children or can be used as a seat.

Sedgemoor District Council applied for the funds to install the seats from the European Regional Development Fund (via the Welcome Back Fund).

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