Slimbridge opens new butterfly garden
Butterflies are fluttering around Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust thanks to a donation.
The land has been transformed into a butterfly after Avon Metals of Gloucester stumped up £3,500.
The horticultural team cleared the land and created beds planted with a wide range of plant species which are attractive to butterflies and insects.
John Verdon, chief operating officer from the company opened the garden on Thursday.
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