This year’s Eco-Council fundraising, chosen by our children, will be ‘Severalls War Memorial Gardens’, which is a committee of volunteers run by Chairman, John Davies (centre).
The gardens have been cared for by the volunteers and been sponsored by various
local businesses to buy plants etc.
There were some logs left over from last year that needed sawing and splitting and it’s thanks to John, Tony Samuel and Nigel Blunn, who gave up their time to do this job and get some logs bagged up ready to sell. The bags of logs are well seasoned and cost just £4 (£1 less than last year and cheaper than other places locally).
Please help us to raise for the gardens, as they are part of Crewkerne’s heritage from the WW1 and this summer, many people have sat there, enjoying the flowers and tranquility. It’s definitely good for the natural environment, but also a place to be able to walk through safely during these pandemic times.
If you would like to buy a bag, please contact the school office and it can be arranged to be delivered to your door. Payment please in an envelope and if you pay by cheque make it payable to Somerset County Council.