Watton nursery kids get gardening at new properties web site

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For the National Children’s Gardening Week, a group of kindergarten children planted a new residential area in Watton.

David Wilson Homes invited just before the week ending Jan.

The children of Happyfeet Nursery in Watton plant in Wayland Fields.

The children of Happyfeet Nursery in Watton plant in Wayland Fields.
– Photo credit: Keith Mindham Photography

The youth took turns digging and planting a variety of flowers, with the support of Paul Baines from Baines Landscaping.

The developer procured gardening tools for children, including trowels, forks, watering cans and gloves, which were donated to the nursery after planting.

Paul from Baines Landscaping with the children from Happyfeet Nursery.

Paul from Baines Landscaping with the children from Happyfeet Nursery.
– Photo credit: Keith Mindham Photography

Heidi Billing, director of the kindergarten, said: “The children really enjoyed the experience and we are already looking for an allocation to continue the experience of planting and growing seeds.”

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Annette Hurst, Sales Director at Barratt Homes Eastern Counties, said, “We would like to thank the Happyfeet Day Nursery for helping to beautify our gardens for future visitors and we look forward to growing their plants in the months to come see.”

Children prepare for the planting.

Children prepare for the planting.
– Photo credit: Keith Mindham Photography