GIANT coloured insects have set-up home in the trees of Clayton West – as part of a new sculpture trail.
An array of brightly-coloured wooden beasties can be spotted in branches around Clayton West Millennium Green, thanks to the ideas of local school children.
Pupils at Kaye’s First and Nursery School helped design the unusual insects, which were then created by sculptor Jamie Frost, with help from local wood carver Roger Lancaster.
Rose Cuthbertson, trustee of the Clayton West Millennium Green Trust, said: “The support we have had for the project has been amazing and we are so grateful to everyone who has given their time and skills.
“It has been great working with the school again because we are very keen for the whole community to make use of the Millennium Green. After all, it belongs to the people of Clayton West.”
The trust now hopes to produce an online guide of the trail, which was officially opened by local magician John Danbury.