A ‘fruitful’ venture

Pupils from Currie Community High School and Woodlands School have come together to plant 8 new fruit trees in a shared orchard. Pupils from the Eco Committee at Currie High supported young people in the Woodlands Eco Committee, who all have complex learning difficulties, to plant the apple and plum trees.
The orchard area now contains 13 apple and plum trees, of 11 different varieties. The fruit will be used in cooking lessons for both schools, and will also be available for community use. Funds to buy the fruit trees came from the Central Scotland Green Network Orchard Grant Scheme.

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