Hard work on Mablethorpe garden is rewarded

Debbie Prince presents awards to the students of Tennyson High School as School Head Mike Eyre looks on.
Debbie Prince presents awards to the students of Tennyson High School as School Head Mike Eyre looks on.

YOUNG people have been commended for nine months of hard work on the Harris Boulevard Community Garden in Mablethorpe.

Youth Forum members were presented with certificates and book vouchers by Ann Britz, Chair of the Neighbourhood Management Board on Thursday at Tennyson High School.

The garden, opened in August, was designed by the students who also applied for the relevant funding and held meetings.

Receiving awards were students at the school Hannah Stone, Katie Taylor, Sophie Wagstaff, Candy McCreery, Hannah Williams, Lee Gillham and Serinna Storry.

Also involved were Kenny Folkes, Billie Early, Alex Ruby and Tonie McCreery.

School Headteacher Mike Eyre said: “This is why I am proud of our students, they willingly get involved with projects like this and make a difference in their community. I would encourage more students to sign up to the youth forum and I know some have already said today that they would like to join.”

For details call Debbie Prince on 01507 329567.