Bird tables cash for houses

PUBLISHED: 20:00 25 May 2011

(click on image for larger view) Winscombe primary school pupils with Martin Thatcher.of Thatcher cider.

(click on image for larger view) Winscombe primary school pupils with Martin Thatcher.of Thatcher cider.


THE reception class of Winscombe Primary School has raised money from the sale of bird tables to pay for play equipment in the courtyard.

This was a team effort between resident Gordon Tilden, who made the tables using recycled wood, B&Q which donated extra equipment and Somerset Wood Recycling which donated wood – and of course the parents who purchased the tables.

New playhouses have been bought using the money raised and Martin Thatcher, from Thatchers Cider, also donate trees which have been planted in the school grounds.

Anyone who would like to by a bird table, priced £15, ring the school on 01934 843407.

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