Beamsley pupils muck in to help revamp school garden

Boyle and Petyt pupils with the help of teachers and parents, lay a path and planting boxes in the school garden. Picture shows Bella Kaye, Harrison Bonne, Kitty Cray anmd Daisy Newton who helped on the project. (6827596)

Boyle and Petyt pupils with the help of teachers and parents, lay a path and planting boxes in the school garden. Picture shows Bella Kaye, Harrison Bonne, Kitty Cray anmd Daisy Newton who helped on the project. (6827629)

Pupils of Boyle and Petyt Primary school Katherine Quilan, Hermione Roe, Megan Brown, Findlay Squires watch Finlay Cryer and Molly Whitehead jump over the newly installed outdoor sports equipment . (6827716)

Pupils of Boyle and Petyt Primary school Finlay Cryer and Molly Whitehead jump over the newly installed outdoor sports equipment . (6827729)

Pupils of Boyle and Petyt Primary school Katherine Quilan, Hermione Roe, Megan Brown, Findlay Squires watch Finlay Cryer and Molly Whitehead jump over the newly installed outdoor sports equipment .. (6827739)

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PARENTS and staff of The Boyle and Petyt School, Beamsley, spent a wet weekend improving the school garden.

The Friends of the school have had an excellent fund-raising year after being nominated the Devonshire Arms chosen charity for the year.

Funds have been used to improve a number of facilities at the school, but most important for the children is the school grounds.

Parents have installed new seating areas, paths, dens and raised beds, and one creative parent even made an adjustable bar which has been used imaginatively as a horse jump, a high jump and for limbo dancing.

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