The Beatrix Potter Garden in Birnam was recently treated to an Autumn tidy up thanks to Police Scotland Youth Volunteers.
The volunteers gave up their Sunday to help cut back and clear overgrown shrub beds, clear ivy plus expose some of the statue’s which are unique to the garden. The group also helped clear shurubs from an overgrown cairn and added a gravel path.
Lunch was kindly provided by the Birnam Arts Centre and the project was supported by staff from Community Greenspace.
Spring is on its way so this is a great time to head out and explore your local natural areas. If you’re heading out on a family walk remember to check the Scottish Outdoor Access Code for advice on exploring responsibly.