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Flamborough youngsters help to plant Jubilee tree

Children from Flamborough School joine Norman Hall MBE, who donated a tree to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee and planted it at Cameron Gardens in Flamborough.

Children from Flamborough School joine Norman Hall MBE, who donated a tree to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee and planted it at Cameron Gardens in Flamborough.

CHILDREN at a local school joined an ex-councillor in planting a commemorative tree to remember a royal year.

Former councillor Norman Hall MBE, supplied a tree to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.

Eearlier in the month, children from Flamborough School joined him to plant it in the village.

Children from the reception class accompanied Mr Hall MBE as the tree was planted in 
Cameron Gardens in Flamborough.

Dawn Wardell and Morag Sinclair, acting co-headteachers at Flamborough School, told the Free Press: “The children enjoyed this experience and all helped to plant the tree.

“This was a great opportunity to work with members of our 
community and use our local environment to enrich the childrens’ learning.”

 

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