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Green fingered children from Garden City Academy have found room to grow a range of vegetables from seeds in their allotment after a donation from the Jordans Trust in Biggleswade.
 
The Year 1 to 6 pupils visited the historical site and its unique food and flower gardens to present a collage of vegetables and fruits which the class had all grown from seed and then taken home to eat with their families.


The children were given the opportunity to learn all about the science of germination, what plants need to grow, and then practised growing them at their school gardening club.

In 2001, the Jordan Trust was set up to renovate and restore the mill as a living and working museum and local visitor attraction. The finished site opened in April 2013.

 
The Jordan Trust is a charity and relies on donations to help preserve the Mill museum - help support our cause and donate today.