INQUISITIVE children enjoyed learning about the heritage of Winsford.

Pupils from the Grange Community Nursery and Primary School were given a guided tour of tour of Winsford Town Park.

The children were told all about the eight salt stack sculptures designed to reflect the town's industrial history.

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John Malam, chairman of the Friends of Winsford Park, tells pupils from the Grange all about the eight salt stack sculptures

John Malam, chairman of the Friends of Winsford Park, showed the youngsters around as the school has formed a new partnership with this group of volunteers.

Pupils hope to dedicate some time to help with weeding and tidying.

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Children were fascinated to explore Winsford Town Park

Sara Albiston, head of school, said: "This link allows the children to see how we can work together to make our local area the very best that it can be. The children left the park feeling so very inspired about the work that the Friends do. We look forward to our next visit.

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"We are just so proud of to be part of such a supportive and collaborative community."