GALLERY: Cavalry pupils bring joy to Springfield Avenue residents with their decorated plant pots

PUBLISHED: 14:27 25 June 2014

Intergenerational Project. the year 6 from Cavalry Primary school walked  down to Springfield Avenue to present the residents with the decorated plant pots. Left: Milena and Winnie Beart. Picture: Steve Williams.

Intergenerational Project. the year 6 from Cavalry Primary school walked down to Springfield Avenue to present the residents with the decorated plant pots. Left: Milena and Winnie Beart. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Children decorated plant pots and presented them to residents at one of the town’s care homes yesterday.

Year 6 Cavalry Primary School pupils visited Springfield Avenue in March as part of Growing Together, a project designed to bring the young and older generations together.

For four weeks this summer, pupils from Cavalry and Burrowmoor Primary Schools will visit the residential home to bake, garden and get to know the residents.

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