LINDOW County Primary School recently visited Mottram Hall to take part in its Green Tourism Project within the hotel grounds.
Thirty reception class children from the local school spent the day out of the classroom and in the great outdoors learning more about the project run by the four-star hotel.
The children were told all about the hotel’s efforts to protect local wildlife within the hotel grounds, and helped build ‘bug hotels’. They were then led on a woodland walk, where they were shown different flowers, animals, and habitats that are present within the hotel grounds.
Rachel Pengelly, teacher at Lindow Primary School said: “I would like to thank Mottram Hall for giving the children such a wonderful day out at the hotel learning about its Green Tourism Project.
“They really enjoyed their walk through the woods, learning about different aspects of nature and had lots of fun helping to make the bug hotels. It was a great opportunity for them to learn about the local wildlife and everything the hotel does to ensure it is protected.”
Deirdre Billing, General Manager at Mottram Hall said: “It was great having the children from Lindow Primary School visit us again. We are extremely proud of the work we do within the hotel to protect our surroundings and it was lovely seeing how fascinated the children were learning more about it.”
In 2016 Mottram Hall – a four-star QHotels property – launched its Green Campaign, taking an active responsibility in nurturing and protecting the local wildlife and eco-system.