Children help ensure all is rosy in the garden

PUBLISHED: 11:53 19 July 2007 | UPDATED: 12:39 04 May 2010

HUNGRY WORK: The workers and helpers in the garden

HUNGRY WORK: The workers and helpers in the garden

CHILDREN aged three and four have rejuvenated the back garden area of Sutton Methodist Church Hall. The youngsters, who are pupils of the Butterfly Pre-School and the Caterpillar Toddler Group, made a small garden, planted fruit and vegetables, painted fe

CHILDREN aged three and four have rejuvenated the back garden area of Sutton Methodist Church Hall.

The youngsters, who are pupils of the Butterfly Pre-School and the Caterpillar Toddler Group, made a small garden, planted fruit and vegetables, painted fences and helped build a pond and bench.

Butterfly Pre-School manager, Joanna Spencer, said: "They've done a fantastic job and the garden looks brilliant. One girl, who is nearly four, even managed to work out how to put the table together when the adults were struggling to figure it out."

After the work was finished, there was a cake stall and a raffle was held.

HUNGRY WORK: The workers and helpers in the garden.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE

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