Knockout results for school grounds project
Posted on July 27, 2006
Eaton Bray Lower School's summer fair was a real knockout with visitors.
Parent Brenden Walsh had organised an "It's a Knockout" competition to raise cash for Sports Relief. And Rachel McVeigh, chairman of the Home School Association, had arranged stalls to raise funds for the development of the school's grounds. Between them they raised more than £1,000.
The money set aside for the school grounds will be used to raised soil beds so that all the children can grow fruit and vegetables. The idea is that eventually the school cook can use the produce to create healthy lunches for the 105 children.
Headteacher Sue Hounslow said: "It really was fun in the sun, thanks to everyone for all their hard work and support."
Source: Dunstable Gazette, 26 July 2006
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