Green-fingered Seaton pupils win prizes in Rotary competition

PUBLISHED: 11:00 24 July 2016

Seaton primary school children were among other local school's who scooped a prize in the school's garden competition organised by Sidmouth Rotary. Ref mha 28-16SH 2064. Picture: Simon Horn.

Seaton primary school children were among other local school's who scooped a prize in the school's garden competition organised by Sidmouth Rotary. Ref mha 28-16SH 2064. Picture: Simon Horn.

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Green-fingered Seaton pupils have been praised for their gardening skills by visiting judges.

The school participated in the Rotary Club of Sidmouth’s annual garden competition and have retained the best vegetable garden cup and also won a shield for the heaviest beetroot. The children received their prizes and vouchers from Lady Cave, on behalf of sponsors Wyevale Garden Centre.


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