THERE is extra festive sparkle and shine at Chadsgrove School this year, thanks to Bumble Hole Foods.
Historically Louise Tedstone from the company organises a collection from staff to buy a present for every pupil and the employees hand out the gifts during the whole school Christmas lunch.
But because of the pandemic that was not possible this year so the firm asked what else it could do.
It was agreed the company would provide a Christmas tree that not only the school but the whole community could enjoy.
With the help of Andrew Heston and Louise from Bumble Hole Foods, Catshill councillor Shirley Webb and Simon at Willowbrook Garden Centre, a fabulous Christmas tree and lights was bought and delivered to Chadsgrove School where the maintenance team put it up.
Headteacher Deb Rattley thanked the firm for the tree and lights.
“The children from Chadsgrove are loving it, as are our local Chadsgrove community.
“We are so grateful for this generous thought from a company which clearly values community working and making a difference to the lives of young people.
“We have had so many wonderful comments and emails about the tree and it has become quite a feature in our school and further afield.”