In conjunction with Bournemouth in Bloom, a small group of St Michael’s pupils and staff are helping to redevelop an area of land close to the school, at the end of Hahnemann Road next to the Durley Road Car Park.
The piece of land is currently overgrown and so the aim of this project is to rejuvenate the land with a range of plants that will make it far more attractive.
The project will run until the end of the summer term and will involve the children in a range of activities such as helping to redesign the area of land and helping to plant some flowers.
The first task for the group will be to take part in a litter pick of the area on Saturday 5th March at 11:00am, for about an hour. This event is being organised by Reverend Cristopher Colledge, the chairman of ‘Bournemouth in Bloom’, and it is taking part alongside the national ‘Big Tidy Up’ campaign that is being organised for the Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations.
Please take a look at the excellent photographs which have been posted on the Bournemouth in Bloom Website (see link below).
We are appreciative to Alex our Bournemouth in Bloom Website Manager who has worked hard to present these.