3 July 2006 by Billy


Meadow is an installation at World Museum Liverpool highlighting litter and recycling issues. Children have been working with artists to create flowers out of plastic materials that would usually be sent for landfill.

The partnership project is led by the National Wildflower Centre in Knowsley and is free to view at World Museum Liverpool until Thursday 24 August.

The meadow is still growing and there are events at the Prince’s Park Carnival (5 August 2006) and Knowsley Flower Show (6 August 2006) allowing children to create new flowers for the meadow.

More information (including a teachers resource pack) is available from the National Wildflower Centre on 0151 738 1913.

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