MIDLOTHIAN children have helped to transform Cornbank Woodland in Penicuik.
Pupils at Cornbank Primary School spent two days with the Midlothian Council ranger service planting shrubs. As part of the £48,000 scheme, the woodland has been thinned out, dangerous trees removed and paths built. A total of 250 native trees will be planted.
A small pond has also been created, wildflowers planted and signs put up. The pupils helped to shape the design.