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No Mow May Challenge

It's No Mow May very soon and our Eco-Committee would like to challenge you to take part in any way you can this year.

"We’ve lost approximately 97% of flower-rich meadows since the 1930’s and with them gone are vital food needed by pollinators, like bees and butterflies.

But your lawn can help! A healthy lawn with some long grass and wildflowers benefits wildlife, tackles pollution and can even lock away carbon below ground. With over 20 million gardens in the UK, even the smallest grassy patches add up to a significant proportion of our land which, if managed properly, can deliver enormous gains for nature, communities and the climate.

This is why Plantlife calls for people to get involved with #NoMowMay every year, and let wild plants get a head start on the summer.

Best of all, to reap these benefits all you have to do is not mow your lawn in May and beyond!" - Plantlife.

How to take part

Simply Register your lawn or green space - Click here

Then just let your green space grow!

Around the school, you should notice that we are leaving the grass on the roundabout to grow as well as the grass around our new trees on the field.


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