Over the rainbow

STUCK IN Thomas Mundy, Mitchell Millea, Louis Crook, Declan Hynds, Sarah Hiron-Cobb, and Steve Kew in the garden

STUCK IN Thomas Mundy, Mitchell Millea, Louis Crook, Declan Hynds, Sarah Hiron-Cobb, and Steve Kew in the garden

From left, Ella Rose, five, Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13. The Sir William Dupree & Phyllis Loe Chess Tournament, taking place at Portsmouth High School in April, is aimed at young people of all ages.

CAPTION: From left, Ella and Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13.

Battle of intellect for the 2017 chess title

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CHILDREN have been busy creating a landscaped garden at the centre where they study.

The new garden at The Lennox Centre, in Gosport, has been designed and landscaped by the pupils.

It includes a wild area for birds, badgers and bugs.

There is also a vegetable plot and a rainbow garden filled with colourful flowers.

Portsmouth recycling firm L&S Waste Management donated two-and-a-half tonnes of soil to help build the centre’s garden.

The Lennox Centre works with children who have difficulty settling into mainstream school and are at risk of exclusion. It aims to keep them in mainstream education.

Deputy leader of Hampshire County Council, Cllr Roy Perry, said: ‘As well as specialist support from staff, the physical environment of the centre in which pupils are taught plays an important part in their learning process.

‘I would like to thank L&S for its generous donation.

‘I am sure the pupils will get a great deal of pleasure out of the garden project.’

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