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Bus stop initiative aims to encourage families to get closer to nature
10:02am Thursday 15th August 2013 in News
A BUS stop in York’s city centre has been covered with images of wildlife through a National Trust initiative aimed at encouraging families to get closer to nature.
An otter, red deer and barn owl are among the creatures included on the Piccadilly stop.
Jo Parker, the Trust-owned Beningbrough Hall’s visitor experience manager, said it wanted to “reconnect people” with Yorkshire wildlife and showcase where it can be seen.
For more information, go to nationaltrust.org.uk/yorkshire, while suggestions for the deer’s name can be made at the Yorkshire branch of the Trust’s Facebook page.
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