Garden project 'second-to-none' for Millom School

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    The Mail, 18th October 2017. "A BUNGALOW left unused for more than 20 years has been restored into a blooming garden project. Staff and pupils at Millom School have worked tirelessly to transform the bungalow on site into a classroom for outdoor education. After a bountiful summer harvest, the school has no plans to stop growing. George Burch, a STEM mentor for the school, said: "I'm very pleased we've been able to set this all up....."
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    Link: http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/barrow/16434438.garden-project-second-to-none-for-millom-school/
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