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Blossoming out... these budding young gardeners from Denby CofE First School are boosting

Blossoming out... these budding young gardeners from Denby CofE First School are boosting


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Blossoming out... these budding young gardeners from Denby CofE First School are boosting

Blossoming out... these budding young gardeners from Denby CofE First School are boosting the competition. As part of the Examiner Pride in Huddersfield campaign, pupils have planted aubrietia, mesembryanthemums, pansies and miniature conifers in tubs provided by the Denby Educational Foundation, an ancient charity established to help poor children in the village. Pictured with the tubs of flowers, which will be a permanent fixture at the school, are Adam Newby and Deborah Wright and other pupils. 6th June 1988

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Huddersfield Examiner Archive
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Blossoming out. . . these budding young gardeners from Denby CofE First School are boosting the competition. As part of the Examiner Pride in Huddersfield campaign, pupils have planted aubrietia, mesembryanthemums, pansies and miniature conifers in tubs provided by the Denby Educational Foundation, an ancient charity established to help poor children in the village. In this heartwarming print captured on 6th June 1988, we witness the joy and enthusiasm radiating from Adam Newby and Deborah Wright alongside their fellow classmates. With great care and dedication, they proudly showcase their tubs filled with vibrant flowers that will become a permanent fixture at their beloved school. These young gardeners embody the spirit of childhood curiosity and environmental stewardship as they nurture nature's beauty right within their educational grounds. Their efforts not only enhance the aesthetic appeal but also contribute to a greener environment for generations to come. This snapshot from our 'All Our Yesterdays' collection serves as a nostalgic reminder of simpler times when education extended beyond textbooks into hands-on experiences like planting gardens. It encapsulates an era where children were encouraged to connect with nature while learning valuable life skills. Let this image transport you back to West Yorkshire in the 1980s, where innocence blossomed alongside colorful blooms. Join us on Memory Lane Prints as we celebrate these remarkable pupils who continue to inspire us through their commitment towards creating a better world.

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