School’s gift for the garden
A specialist school has received free gardening equipment, plants and ornaments for the children to use.
The Goldwyn School in Great Chart also runs the Link Nurture Project, to help school pupils from across the borough who struggle with social and emotional difficulties.
They were one of five groups awarded with more than £500 of equipment by Dobbie’s Garden Centre at the Eureka Leisure Park.
Teacher Amy Honey said: “We went shopping with £550 so we can do up the garden at the Link which is based at the former school in Hothfield.
“The garden needs a lot of doing up. We want our children to be able to enjoy gardening and doing bug hunts in the sensory garden. It will be a therapeutic area for them.”
Sarah Giles, community events co-ordinator and staff from the Goldwyn School at Dobbies Garden Centre, Ashford