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Pupils Jack Malcolm, Emma Clement, Anna Graham and Finlay McHale with Diane Hemmings, Paul Snelling, stonemason Gordon Hill and Carol Ferreira and the amazing Inca Crop Circle. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES ''No use without payment.

Pupils Jack Malcolm, Emma Clement, Anna Graham and Finlay McHale with Diane Hemmings, Paul Snelling, stonemason Gordon Hill and Carol Ferreira and the amazing Inca Crop Circle. ''Copyright Andy Thompson Photography / ATIMAGES ''No use without payment.

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Tarfside Primary School pupils have started growing their own plants in a unique styled garden. After Christine McLean, head of the school saw the crop circles at Auchmull Lodge in which the vegetables are grown, the idea of a mini crop circle for the school emerged.

Pupils watched stonemason Gordon Hill build the walls of the circle and have been nurturing peas at home. A spokesperson said: “They have shown excitement over the project, so we hope all the efforts to keep off the wildlife from whatever they plant will be effective and that the crops will give them a lot of pleasure and pride and nurture a lifelong interest.

Pictured are pupils Jack Malcolm, Emma Clement, Anna Graham and Finlay McHale with Diane Hemmings, Paul Snelling, Gordon Hill and Carol Ferreira. Photo credit: Andy Thompson