WESTBROOK boy Aneeshwar Kunchala – who grabbed the nation's attention as a finalist on Britain's Got Talent – will be welcomed home for a special performance at Gulliver's World.

Aneeshwar finished seventh in series 15 of Britain's Got Talent after his poetry based on conservation wowed the judges and audiences.

The seven-year-old - a pupil at St Philip Westbrook CE Primary School - has been invited to his local Gulliver's World to continue his work raising awareness of the need to protect wildlife and to save our planet.

He will be at the theme park resort on Saturday, July 23, with a small art exhibition of his work and to read some of his powerful poems at intervals throughout the day.

Aneeshwar will also be selling some of his hand-painted art prints, including greeting cards and posters, to help raise money for an exciting expedition he is planning.

The keen conservationist, who has been described as a ‘mini David Attenborough’, has been named a Young Conservation Climate Leader and the SES Young Scientific Explorer 2021. He has also received the Global Child Prodigy Award.

Aneeshwar will be spreading his message about keeping the planet beautiful

Aneeshwar will be spreading his message about keeping the planet beautiful

Craig Clews, resort director at Gulliver’s World, said: "We can't wait to welcome Aneeshwar and his family to Gulliver's World.

"Everyone in the Warrington community is so proud of his performances on Britain's Got Talent and inspired by his tireless work to raise awareness of such vital issues.

"We are thrilled to be able to host him at Gulliver's World and to provide a platform for him to continue spreading his important conservation message."