Mya makes the local press

News of Mya Bambrick's appointment as a Young Ambassador for the Trust has made it to the pages of the local press.

The article was written by her school who are justifiably proud of Mya's new appointment and her determination to inspire the next generation to become involved with nature.

Mya hopes to create wildlife friendly areas within schools starting with Thomas Bennett Community College, where she is currently studying. 

Thomas Bennett Community College are excited about this initiative and Headteacher, Stuart Smith said: “We are really looking forward to working with Mya and setting up these wildlife areas at the college.  Mya is extremely passionate about her work and we are very proud of her achievement of becoming an ambassador for the Cameron Bespolka Trust.”

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