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Tom and his team of volunteers come to support the school with maintaining our outdoor learning areas.
This visit the volunteers took on spreading wood chippings in the Nursery garden and in the Willow Dome. They have also worked on the willow dome itself  by weaving in the branches as they grow to further develop the dome shape.
Many thanks to Tom and his team for their amazing work and continued support for Broad Oak. 

Thank you to our Friends at Didsbury Community Church

Volunteers from Didsbury Community Church were in School on Saturday 30th November volunteering with Ms McKrell to look after our School grounds.

They worked hard on a frozen morning to :

              -  Clear leaves from the Nursery Garden and sweep all paved areas. 
              -  Lay a new chippings path at the back of the school.
              -  Move logs into the wood for Forest Crew and plant an apple tree.

Thank you from all at Broad Oak for your continued service and support. 

#Every Tree Counts

Saturday 30th November was also a national tree planting day and Broad Oak pledged to plant a tree for the City of Trees campaign with the City Council and the Woodland Trust.

The volunteers from  Didsbury Community Church planted our  pledge of a  Cox's Orange Pippin Apple Tree by the bungalow to celebrate this Regional and  National initiative.

It also supports Raymond Blanc (chef) with his campaign to plant more native varieties of Apple Tree, which are in decline. You too can be part of this Environmental Campaign to re green our landscape.


City of Trees is an innovative and exciting movement set to re-invigorate Greater Manchester’s landscape by transforming underused, unloved woodland and planting a tree for every man, woman and child who lives there, within a generation.

The Woodland Trust Woods and trees are essential. For people. For wildlife. For life. That's why we're here. And we need your help.

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