The Garden Enrichment group headed off to plant trees at South Causey on Wednesday, 7th February. Together we planted 200, including rowan, dog rose, holly and hawthorn, varieties that will support birds and other wildlife in the future with their berries. The pupils were keen to get it right in order for their trees to survive into the future, and benefited from the knowledge and support of staff from Wear Rivers Trust, Durham County Council and South Causey Inn head gardener, Stephen. A real local community venture, providing our young people with the chance to learn valuable skills. Special thanks go to Claire Dodds, Wear Rivers Trust, for inviting us to take part.