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Pupils get planting at coppice

GREEN FINGERS: Youngsters with learning difficulties get to grips with gardening.

GREEN FINGERS: Youngsters with learning difficulties get to grips with gardening.

Children with special needs have been busy helping to ensure a woodland retreat is a safer place for those who use it.

Children from St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury were at the Eden-Rose Coppice in Quay Lane on Monday to plant a hedge.

Charity founder Rob Brooks said the trees had been given to the retreat by the Rotary Club of Sudbury following a donation from the Woodland Trust.

“We had 24 children helping out and they had great enthusiasm,” said Mr Brooks, who added that the hedge would help make the retreat more secure.

 

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