TREE-MENDOUS! Worzals Farm Shop help youngsters get in the Christmas spirit
YOUNGSTERS will be able to get into the Christmas spirit thanks to a tree-mendous gift to their primary school.
Worzals Farm Shop in Walton Highway donated the giant tree to Westmere Primary School in Sutton Bridge.
Year 6 pupils Gypsy Robinson and Dylan Mason chose the tree which has now been decorated by youngsters and stands proudly in the school’s hall.
Westmere head teacher Karen Wiles said: “They could pick any Christmas tree they wanted and they did us proud by picking the biggest one there!
“The festive season is not the same without a tree, let alone a real one. You can smell its Christmas as soon as you walk into our school hall.
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“It’s given the children so much excitement and Worzals have shown true Christmas spirit. We can’t thank them enough for donating it.”
Teaching assistant Sally Curson’s husband is a relative of the shop’s owners and asked for help in making it a Christmas to remember for the school’s children.
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