Littleham school children visit Tesco

PUBLISHED: 10:23 12 May 2016 | UPDATED: 10:30 12 May 2016

Pupils from Littleham Primary School had a tour of Exmouth Tesco with tema leader Stella Germon as part of their 'Farm to Fork' project. Ref exe 17-16AW 4895. Picture: Alex Walton

Pupils from Littleham Primary School had a tour of Exmouth Tesco with tema leader Stella Germon as part of their 'Farm to Fork' project. Ref exe 17-16AW 4895. Picture: Alex Walton

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Littleham pupils enjoy farm to fork Tesco visit

Exmouth schoolchildren were taught important life skills as part of a retailer’s initiative.

Tesco’s Farm to Fork scheme is a nationwide project aimed to get children interested in where their food comes from.

The childre also enjoyed making their own healthy wraps whilst trying a variety of new fruit and vegetables.

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