Myton School pupils sow seeds of future forest - The Leamington Observer
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16th Aug, 2022

Myton School pupils sow seeds of future forest

THE SEEDS of a future forest have been sown by Myton School pupils.

Pupils planted more than 400 trees in the grounds of the Warwick school which will create a forest in years to come.

The project is the brainchild of Seb Apostol, head of Oken House at the school, who identified a patch of unused land on the school site and came up with a plan to get the youngsters involved in planting trees, which were supplied by the Woodland Trust.

The site already underwent some development over the summer when volunteers including local charity Evelyn’s Gift came together to create a wildlife garden complete with pond.

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