Gardening session at West Wick nursery spans the generations

PUBLISHED: 10:00 12 April 2018

Parents and children during the gardening session.

Parents and children during the gardening session.


Parents and grandparents of nursery children joined in with a gardening session in West Wick.

A helping hand...A helping hand...

Little Learners Day Nursery invited family members to take part in outdoors activities.

The nursery, based at St Anne’s Church Academy in Scot Elm Drive, wanted to give people of different generations the chance to work together.

Anna Blasdale, the acting nursery manager, said: “Parents and grandparents joined the children to help to brighten up our wonderful outdoor learning environment with a selection of flowers and shrubs.

“It was fabulous to see the different generations working so well together whilst helping each other to create a colourful environment for all to enjoy.”

The nursery is holding an open day on April 21 from 9.30-11.30am.

For details, call 01934 520461 or email

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