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In 1985 when local development threatened to encroach and impact one of the few woodland areas of Morecambe, the Conservation Volunteers started working with Great Wood School to protect the native copse that gives the school its name. They have greatly supported the school’s management of the woodland - for wildlife and so pupils can learn about woodland life. They have advised and supported the school to develop its grounds beyond the woodland - to meet the needs of the school in a manner that enhances opportunities for wildlife. I am so grateful for their support. They have also helped our reception children to grow food and plant an adopted planter at Bare Lane Station.


John Ross


Great Wood School

Great wood School
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