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Our wildlife clubbers have been exploring the pond area today and were delighted to find new guests had booked into our BUG HOTEL!

In the second photo, you can see Will carefully topping up our butterfly feeders with sugar water.

I had a lovely chat this morning with Max T and his mum. Max wanted to tell me about the house sparrows in his garden and he had a wonderful book on British Birds from the Wildlife Trust to share. We think we should get a copy for school so we can all learn more about the birds visiting our school grounds.

We received a lovely thank you and message from Mrs Cynthia Gorton from St Margaret's Church today. She thanked school for participating in the Garden Trail at the weekend, which raised £401 for the church. She said there were lots of positive comments and many people liked the way the Gardening Club was using recycled materials and objects in the garden. A huge thank you to Mrs Ashley (and Esme) for the extra time that was put in ensuring the garden looked its best for last Sunday's visitors. Mrs Ashley (and FOWS) need to be thanked, too, for organising the construction and erection of the new pond area fence. If everything goes to plan, the fence will have been replaced by Monday! Small changes that will make a very big difference!

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