Growing Garden Project Gets A Welcome Boost
Green-fingered students are celebrating after receiving a special gift to mark the centenary of a global volunteer movement.
Members of the Bilston branch of Soroptimist International visited school last week to present a signature tree and several fruit trees to the student garden project.
They were joined in cutting the ribbon by Pat McFadden MP and Councillor Olivia Birch.
The trees are the latest addition to the allotment and garden project, which students have been working on throughout lockdown with the help of Mr Potts-Perkins and Mr Howe
Soroptimist International is an organisation which works to improve the lives of women and girls locally, nationally and across the world. For more information, visit www.sigbi.org