B Cador: October 2018
At the recent Education Sunday service at St Margaret's, children were offered the opportunity to take a sum of money and do something with it. Eleanor decided to use her money to make small cakes and then sell them in school. She made over £25 and has generously given her gains to school. Well done and thank you Eleanor, our young entrepreneur!
Thank you to Lesley Midwinter for donating daffodil bulbs (and compost) for children at school to plant in the front of school planters.
The planters were made and donated by Norman Bourne, who has also kindly donated three small conifers (one for each planter) and some winter pansies to bring some colour to the front of school before the show of daffodils in the spring. He has also rejuvenated three benches, in need of repair, for the children and parents to use around our school grounds and donated time to help paint the outdoor shelters and bring the stage up to scratch over the summer to support Mr Eaton and Mrs Roberts.
Thank you to Bob Cowap, a member of our village community, who has kindly offered to replace two of the old cherry trees we have lost in recent years. A lovely gesture.
Thanks to Cath Mansfield for the time she generously gives to school, helping in so many ways and also to Mrs Agnew, Mrs Pitchford and Mrs Bourne who volunteer their time weekly to support the children and the school.
The Wrenbury Team appreciate all your support and help — thank you!
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