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Cash boost for Flookburgh school's wildlife area
11:32am Wednesday 19th February 2014 in News
CHILDREN at Flookburgh CE Primary School think that learning outside the classroom is ‘tree-mendous’ after receiving a boost to their wildlife area from the Co-operative.
The donation of £410 supports school plans to develop its wildlife area with mini-beasts and night time creatures designed to foster knowledge and understanding of the environment.
Head teacher Chris Brooksbank said: “We are delighted with this support. It is a big boost to our fund-raising and supports our aim to continually enhance the facilities and resources available for children. The wildlife area is a great way for our children to understand more about animals and nature in a fun way.”
Other local groups helped by the Co-op membership community fund include Ulverston Rangers FC, which received £500, and Swarthmoor Community Group.
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