Sutcliffe Park installs 'Wild Homes for Wildlife'

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Sutcliffe Park installs 'Wild Homes for Wildlife'

Visitors to Sutcliffe Park will be met with some unusual looking additions.

A new art trail, which doubles up as a sanctuary for wildlife, has been set up using unwanted pieces of furniture from IKEA.

Items like chairs, tables, and kitchen worktops are now homes for bees, birds, bats, and bugs per the 'Wild Home for Wildlife' project.

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