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We are very excited to announce the winner of the schools competition that finished at the end of the summer term.

We asked entrants to create a recipe using at least one ingredient grown themselves.  We then asked that they make their creation, taste it and then tell us all about it. 

We had some excellent entries and it was a tough decision. However the winner is Berry Hill Primary School, Coleford, Gloucestershire for their spicy splat scones, put together under the watchful eye of their teacher Mrs Walker.  

The school gets £150 worth of gardening goodies from Recycleworks Ltd.


We particularly liked this entry because the recipe was very experimental and included some great ideas from the children – such as the inclusion of curry powder! The recipe was also adapted to include all sorts of vegetables from the school garden including peas, carrots and courgettes. We thought this was very creative.

Finally, when reading this entry it was obvious that the teacher and pupils all had a great time putting this together. The children were particularly excited about eating things they had grown themselves – which is of course what it’s all about and all in all it was an inspirational entry. Well done!!

And don’t forget we are running a great Family Competition over the school holidays so if you haven’t done already, send in your entry soon. The closing date is 6th September.

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