Since the last newsletter in March Little Growers projects across the UK have been going from strength to strength in the summer months with schools making great progress. We now have 19 schools kitted out with complete Little Growers kits including polytunnels and AutoPot irrigation systems. A further fifty schools also now have propagator units to begin establishing their grow your own schemes. We love hearing the progress projects are making and we’ve had some brilliant responses lately… Hatton Cruden Primary (Top left picture) has incorporated their Little Growers polytunnel into a school wide scheme, with a butterfly garden, interactive playground, community involvement and outdoor learning. Wandle Valley are now selling their produce at a Local market, as you can see from the picture (top right) they’re doing brilliantly, so a huge well done to Mandy Simmons for leading their project! Wootton Upper are also doing very well with an article in the local paper detailing their progress, well done guys! And finally we hear that Chilton Foliat primary have recruited the help of the wider community with lots of involvement including donations of compost and hands on help in the garden.