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Seed donation for green-fingered students

Green fingered children at Sexton's Manor Primary School in Bury St Edmunds prepare for the Bury in Bloom Challenge. With pupils from left: Terry Rayner of Terwins Seeds, judge Pauline Byford, head Debbie Knight, , Melanie Lesser of Bury in Bloom, and judge Jean Hardy ANL-140424-013754009

Green fingered children at Sexton's Manor Primary School in Bury St Edmunds prepare for the Bury in Bloom Challenge. With pupils from left: Terry Rayner of Terwins Seeds, judge Pauline Byford, head Debbie Knight, , Melanie Lesser of Bury in Bloom, and judge Jean Hardy ANL-140424-013754009

Students across Bury St Edmunds will be digging the ground to grow their five-a-day thanks to a seed donation from Terwins Seeds.

Terry Rayner of Terwins Seeds, Cockfield, presented the seeds to all the schools that entered Bury in Bloom’s Young Green Fingers competition this year.

The students will be growing carrots, radishes, cucumbers, peas, courgettes, beetroots, cabbage and lots of other delicious vegetables.

 

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