115 Stanbridge Road
Haddenham Garden Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 6th November 2014 7:33am
Staff and pupils at Haddenham Community Junior School are now proud owners of a new pond and wildlife area.
The next step is to do some planting.
Head Teacher, Sue Lewin, wonders if anyone has any bulbs or things like irises that they could donate (especially if they are splitting things in the autumn tidy up!
Staff are keen to make this a beautiful area at the front of the school as well as a place for lots of pond dipping next year!
If you can help, please drop your horticultural donations in to the school reception (suitably bagged please, so that Sam's reception desk doesn't gain that 'working greenhouse' look!)
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