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Rainbow Forge Primary makes a change

posted 24 May 2011, 23:09 by Tony Carroll   [ updated 24 May 2011, 23:17 ]
A whirlwind meeting with Headteacher Rob at Rainbow Forge in Hackenthorpe has left us with an intriguing problem - too much space!

We often find that primary schools are on tight urban sites with little green space. But Rainbow Forge is different - it's a former secondary school and as a result it has acres and acres of fields and greenery. 

So we have a plan for something more dramatic than usual and with Rob's support we're devising a community allotment right in the heart of the school to go alongside the existing planting beds. In addition the greenhouse is looking a little shabby so we'll see if we can spruce it up and perhaps install a rainwater recycling system.