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TROPHY FOR CHASE BRIDGE

Chase Bridge Primary School are this year’s winner of the School Gardening competition run by Richmond Borough in Bloom.

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BLOOMING GOOD LESSONS

Outdoor classes are a feature of many of the borough schools who take advantage of their grounds to provide a setting which encourages appreciation of the natural environment. Now often included in the curriculum, pupils enjoy lessons in gardening for flowers and vegetables, how to encourage wildlife, pond management and conservation projects.

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WORMERIES CAN TURN UP AWARDS

Creating ponds, wormeries, fruit and vegetable plots and wildlife areas are among the projects in which many of the borough’s schools encourage pupils to take part, making use of their school grounds as a learning environment.

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SCHOOLS GARDENING TROPHY 2018 - WINNERS

Pupils from nine schools were presented with awards at York House by Deputy Mayor Cllr Mona Adams and Colin Squire in recognition of their involvement in gardening and conservation enterprises within the school grounds. The annual school gardening competition is run by Richmond Borough in Bloom and sponsored by Squire’s Garden Centre. The overall winner’s trophy, gold certificate and £100 gardening vouchers went to Harrodian School.

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GARDENING GRANTS FOR SCHOOLS

All schools in Richmond borough will be eligible to apply for a grant to help pupils become involved in gardening and conservation projects in their grounds. That’s the aim of a new crowd-funding appeal launched by Richmond Borough in Bloom, hoping to reach £5000.

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THE 2019 COMPETITIONS ARE GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY

squires

continental

achieving

london

prussian