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A new pond

by The Cedar School

england

05 August, 2017

As part of our new ‘Secret Garden’ we have a new homemade pond being put into place.  Polli:nation funding has provided us with some plants to attract wildlife and keep the pond healthy.  We have left it to fill up naturally with rain water and it is accessible to all our children as the path runs down two sides.

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