Gardening fever hits Edward Worlledge

AS AUTUMN sets in gardening fever has hit Edward Worlledge Junior School with a bang. The Gardening Club, which is run by two of the school's teaching assistants, has proved to be so popular that it has been overwhelmed with the reponses from the children wishing to take part.

AS AUTUMN sets in gardening fever has hit Edward Worlledge Junior School with a bang.

The Gardening Club, which is run by two of the school's teaching assistants, has proved to be so popular that it has been overwhelmed with the reponses from the children wishing to take part.

The Southtown school's latest project, growing their own vegetables, maintaining the newly developed nature pond and feeding wild birds is all part of its bid towards a Level 1 Benchmark with the Royal Horticulture Society for School Gardening.


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