Story garden opens

The Tumbletots garden is now finished showing the story telling area. The garden was funded by Comic Relief through the Scottish Community Foundation. Comic Releif spends money raised by its fundraising campaigns, Red Nose Day and Sport Relief. Thanks also goes to Ken Wallace from Angus Chainsaws who provided the wood, Ian Wyllie joiners who made the table and New Leaf Services who carried out the work. Pictured with the children are, from left - Shelley Cargill, Becky Cargill and Alison Smith.
The Tumbletots garden is now finished showing the story telling area. The garden was funded by Comic Relief through the Scottish Community Foundation. Comic Releif spends money raised by its fundraising campaigns, Red Nose Day and Sport Relief. Thanks also goes to Ken Wallace from Angus Chainsaws who provided the wood, Ian Wyllie joiners who made the table and New Leaf Services who carried out the work. Pictured with the children are, from left - Shelley Cargill, Becky Cargill and Alison Smith.

THE TUMBLETOTS nursery garden is now finished.

The garden was funded by Comic Relief through the Scottish Community Foundation. Comic Relief spends money raised by its fund-raising campaigns Red Nose Day and Sport Relief.

Thanks were also extended to Ken Wallace from Angus Chainsaws who provided the wood, Ian Wyllie joiners who made the table and New Leaf Services who carried out the work.

r Pictured with the children in the new garden’s story-telling area, from left - Shelley Cargill, Becky Cargill and Alison Smith.