Children grow their knowledge

Children from Exeter Road Primary School have been given a new vegetable garden- thanks to Exmouth Raleigh Rotary Club

The club gave the school �1,300 to fund the creation of the garden, and then gave up their time over the winter, along with others from the community, to help build it.

The garden is now being used to help teach the children about growing vegetables and the food cycle. They have already been able to taste the first vegetables and try out recipes.

Rotary Club members were invited back to the school so the children could thank them for their efforts.

Head teacher Paul Gosling said: “It’s been a fantastic partnership with the Rotary Club, which has really helped us develop our site and make it a place where children can learn where food comes from.”

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