Thursday, 16 January 2020

Collecting in Old Buckenham

Help Chapel Green School

The EDP are running a new campaign Plant to Plate in partnership with Enjoy Gardening More, giving primary and junior schools across the region the chance to share £10,000 worth of gardening products.
Chapel Green School would like to take part in this competition and if they collect over 1,000 tokens, they will receive a pack worth £130 including seeds, herbs, a planting kit, compost, planting guide and recipe ideas. The top three schools will win £1,000 worth of gardening equipment each plus personal advice and guidance from Head Gardener Peter McDermott. (This is based on the number of pupils in the school versus the number of tokens collected, meaning that all schools have a chance, both big and small!).
Everyday there will be tokens in the Eastern Daily Press (two on Saturdays) whilst weekly titles will also hold one token (Evening News, Great Yarmouth Mercury, Lowestoft Journal, Beccles & Bungay Journal, North Norfolk News, Dereham Times and Fakenham Times), There will also be ‘bonus tokens’ at various times.
The tokens are in the papers from Saturday 18 January up until Friday 27 March. Please spread the word and send in as many tokens as possible to help Chapel Green School and their pupils win some of these gardening products.
You can take the tokens you have collected to reception at the school or give them to the blog editor who lives at Crockslea in Cake Street.

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