Rotarians have great time helping Lampard School pupils
- Credit: Rotary Club of Barnstaple
The Rotary Club of Barnstaple arrived at Lampard School this week equipped with gardening gloves and trowels.
They were there to help the children plant a new fragrant hedge around an area being developed into a sensory garden.
Great fun was shared with the pupils and staff as they all worked happily together weeding and preparing the soil and then planting the shrubs.
Kathy Stanbury, President of the Barnstaple Rotary Club, paid tribute to the school on behalf of her team, she said: “This is an amazing school and we were so delighted to be invited to work with them today.
"We have all enjoyed ourselves and it has been so good to be able to share our time, skills and knowledge with the children.”
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The Rotary Club of Barnstaple actively support the local community as well as national and international events with fellowship and fundraising projects.
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