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Pupils plant a lasting legacy at Bury St Edmunds middle school




Pupils at Howard Middle School planted about 250 trees to form a natural barrier across the grassed area at the back of the school ANL-160315-133454001
Pupils at Howard Middle School planted about 250 trees to form a natural barrier across the grassed area at the back of the school ANL-160315-133454001

Pupils at Howard Middle School, in Bury St Edmunds, have left a lasting legacy after planting about 250 trees on site.

Sandy Lane Nursery donated the trees and helped with their planting to form a natural barrier across the grassed area at the back of the school.

On the same day, pupils enjoyed a non-uniform day and sported ‘wacky hair’ by donating £1 which went towards the mulch, bark, compost and tree sleeves for the planting.



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