Don't grow without collecting supermarket garden vouchers
9:01am Saturday 14th September 2013 in News
FIVE Barry primary schools have launched their campaigns to ensure supermarket customers accept vouchers needed to help their gardens grow.
Oak Field primary and Ysgol Gwaun y Nant, in Gibbonsdown, and Jenner Park, Gladstone and High Street primaries are urging Morrisons shoppers to collect Let’s Grow vouchers to help their green-fingered pupils.
The Let’s Grow scheme – in its 6th year – encourages children to grow fruit and vegetables in the school grounds by providing access to garden equipment.
Vouchers, awarded for every £10 spent, are available to Sunday, October 27.
Unwanted vouchers can be donated to the schools in person or via post.