Hundreds of people rallied together to create an outdoor learning space at a school.

Litter was cleared and brambles were chopped to make way for the area at Tanners Brook Primary School.

The group effort saw more than 150 people get involved, from planting to eating ‘tons of cake’.

Year Five teacher Rachel Davies described it as a ‘fantastic’ day and a ‘proud moment’ for the school.

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She said: “A special thanks to the Friends of Tanners Brook Primary School who worked hard at getting donations from businesses and were crucial to the success of the day.

“Tons of cake was provided and even the people that couldn't make it had brought in cakes the day before for us all to enjoy.

“The grounds look beautiful, and the children are already noticing new wildlife and taking pride in their environment.

“We look forward to the next Big School Tidy Up in Spring term.”