St Leonards’ young shoots

Children at a local primary school’s gardening club have been enjoying seeing the fruits of their labours. Pictured are Evie, Grace, Ellie, Lily, Ellie and Ben of Bridgnorth’s St Leonard’s Gardening Club, who planted crocus bulbs with members of Bridgnorth Rotary Club in November.

Assistant head Mrs Hazel Coleman says, “Bridgnorth Rotary Club kindly donated 1,000 crocus bulbs to our school as part of a Rotary Club national campaign. Our School Gardening Club planted bulbs in our entrance and in our courtyard garden. They also planted up over 300 pots, so that every child in school took some crocuses home to raise awareness of the campaign.”

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