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Beetle mania breaks out at marsh.

EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Dominic Nursey (above) got a close-up view of a beetle during a children's nature session at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's Brandon Marsh nature reserve.

Children found out about rainforests, rainbows, hedgehogs and creepy- crawlies during nature study sessions held throughout the half-term holiday

A collection of snakes, worms and other wriggly animals proved particularly fascinating for 25 four- to 11-year-olds.

The nature reserve's education officer, Sarah Oakley, said: "We held activities all week and the children had a great time."

The trust organises children's activities every school holiday as well as during the school term.

For more information phone 024 76308977.

Picture: CHRIS RADBURN
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