On Thursday 10th March two members of staff from the Kent High Weald Partnership and seven volunteers spent the day in the garden of the Tunbridge Wells site remaking our old cross pollination project bed. The bed was originally designed by Oakley pupils some years ago and had been left to grow wild. The volunteers cut everything back, took out what was dead or dying or no longer required and replanted with sensory plants such as lavender and lamb's ear.
The difference is amazing and we know that staff and pupils are going to enjoy watching the new plants grow and the bed take shape once more.
We would like to send a great big Oakley THANK YOU to everyone who gave up their time to come and support us and who also managed to tackle some of the larger areas of bramble at the rear of the garden.