Prior to this event last Friday saw the results of the School Arts Week project culminate with a display of artifacts constructed by the children exhibited in the school garden. Wonderful mini-beasts were placed about the garden, some under bushes, some hung from trees and some more discreetly positioned. One was found yesterday almost a week after the event. A few are shown below. We would like to show them all but space prevails
Flowers were also constructed and positioned about the garden
A fantastic effort and full marks to the teachers and children alike.The mini-beasts have been safely put in the HQ shed to stop them deteriorating in the weather. They will be proudly put on display again on the National Gardens Scheme weekend when the garden is open to the public.
Further good news is that the electric and water supply to the garden is a step nearer. last weekend the contractors arrived and sank the electric cable and the water pipes under the drive and into the school garden. Hopefully now it will not be long before we are 'up and running'
With warm weather forecast for the next week at least ,the garden should respond and more flowers appear and vegetables continue to mature.