On Wednesday a selection of older school council members went to Mole Valley in South Molton to work alongside the send a cow charity to build a display keyhole garden. Despite the rain we had a terrific time getting our hands dirty and completing manual work.
The display is to promote the work that the send a cow charity carries out. Once the display has served its purpose it will being making its way to our school to sit proudly in our outdoor learning environment.
The keyhole garden contains 1.2 tones of soil which needed to be mixed with several bags of compost and then moved to the keyhole garden site. Our backs, arms, necks and legs ached in utter pain afterwards but it was all for a good cause.
Please have a look at our photos: