Tree planting

Pupils at Andover were supervised by Craig Borland from the Parks Department last week, to plant fruit trees in the school grounds.'This is an authority wide venture using tress grown locally (older varieties) not only to attract wildlife but encourage children to take an interest in growing their own food.'Pictured (from left) are: Craig Borland, Craig Knox, Barry McKay, Julia Gawrysika, Lauren Watt.

Pupils at Andover were supervised by Craig Borland from the Parks Department last week, to plant fruit trees in the school grounds.'This is an authority wide venture using tress grown locally (older varieties) not only to attract wildlife but encourage children to take an interest in growing their own food.'Pictured (from left) are: Craig Borland, Craig Knox, Barry McKay, Julia Gawrysika, Lauren Watt.

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Pupils at Andover Primary School, supervised by Craig Borland from the parks department, last week, planted fruit trees in the school grounds.

This is an authority-wide venture using tress grown locally (older varieties) not only to attract wildlife but encourage children to take an interest in growing their own food. Pictured from left are: Craig Borland, Craig Knox, Barry McKay, Julia Gawrysika and Lauren Watt.