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We are pleased to announce that the Winner of the psgardens shed and raised sleeper bed veg and fruit garden was

Jane Stone of Welbourne Primary School in Tottenham , North London.

The school have a gardening club so this will be a welcome addition to their children's planting area and somewhere for garden tools to be stored safel

Jane is the Deputy Head and visited the show on Friday. The school has an active gardening club every thursday after school. They grow apples, and other fruits , potatoes and have recently planted lots of herbs including Rosemary and Thyme. They now have three new raised veg beds to plant and a shed to store tools and seeds safely.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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