MEMBERS of Croft Primary School’s RHS Tatton Club have been getting their hands dirty on-site, this week, creating a garden to help save the bees!
After months of preparation, they finally got to build their garden at the RHS Show at Tatton Park.
The theme for this year’s school gardens was ‘allotments’ and within this theme, Croft’s allotments has a ‘Pit Stop for Pollinators’ message; creating a garden with a beehive and planting it with vegetables and flowers to help attract the bees.
The garden path was made from 210 golden painted hexagons, everyone hand decorated by every child in school.
The RHS Flower Show opens this Wednesday 20th July (Members’ Day) to Sunday 24th July.
Children, staff and parents will be supervising the garden throughout the show, so why not pop along and say hello and learn more about how we made the garden and our mission to help save the bees!