Green-fingered winners

A Bridgnorth school has won a nationally recognised gardening award – for the second time in a row. St Leonard’s was a gold medal winner in 2017’s Schools Category in the hotly contested Heart of England in Bloom competition.

Green-fingered winners

Assistant head Hazel Coleman said, “This is the second year running that we’ve been awarded the highest accolade in the competition. St Leonard’s Gardening and ECO club is run voluntarily by one of our teaching assistants and our chair of governors. Children take part enthusiastically and the whole school is involved in achieving the criteria for the award.”

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