A BRIDGWATER business has teamed up with the Puxton Park tourist attraction in Weston-super-Mare in a bid to help make the park more eco-friendly.

Working with Bridgwater's Aspen Services, Puxton Park is introducing new eco-friendly compostable food packaging in The Meadows Restaurant and newly refurbished Clover Cafe.

These plant-based disposables are made from 100 per cent reclaimed materials and are commercially compostable.

Kay Thomas, manager of Puxton Park, said: “We are delighted to finally say that we are totally environmentally friendly here at Puxton Park.

"After researching various products, we are so pleased to bring in these plant-based disposables that not only provide the top performance that we require for our catering, but also contribute to our efforts to be as eco-friendly as possible.

Ian Sweeten, managing director of Aspen Services, added: “We are pleased to be working with Kay and the team at Puxton park to improve their sustainability.

"We feel it is so important that we all work together to save our environment.

"Lee Savage helped source the products that we feel will be a massive step in helping to save our planet.”