30 Nov 2008

Whiteshill School wins national garden award

Whiteshill Primary School have won a competition that they entered when raising money for the Myasthenia Gravis Association during last year. The prize is £1,000 worth of vouchers to put towards a garden project. Mrs Browning is to be mentioned especially for all her hard work in putting together the school profile for the entry.

Photo: Whiteshill School - sorry no pics of garden yet but this is the mural painted with Ruscombe Brook Action Group

This is excellent news indeed - to win they had to take before and after photos and Alan Titchmarsh and Diarmuid Gavin judged them best from more than 600 entries!!!!

The school are now hoping to develop the far corner of the school site working closely with St. Rose’s School on the introduction of a multi-sensory garden. They would be very interested to hear of any parents or friends that have any skills (or equipment) that would be of help to them in the development of this project, either in hard landscaping, design or planting or any other area.

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