£261.00 raised for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Nick Mann from Habitat Aid came to Hazlegrove to collect a cheque for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, with whom he works closely. Nick talked to the children about the importance of pollinators and looking after our bee population. As a follow on from our EarthWyz Festival, the Year 4 children (now Year 5) painted some beautiful pictures of … More £261.00 raised for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Music as Therapy when Nursery sang for elderly residents at Highfield House

The Nursery children visited Highfield House in Castle Cary to sing to the residents there. Both the elderly residents and the Nursery children had a great time. It was lovely to see the old folks eyes light up as the children sang and acted out their songs. We really saw Music as Therapy in action. A memorable first … More Music as Therapy when Nursery sang for elderly residents at Highfield House

Prep School Harvest Sale in aid of Mary’s Meals raised £349.00

To celebrate our annual Harvest Assembly, pupils brought in a vast range of produce. It made an excellent display and helped us all appreciate the many gifts we enjoy. The produce was sold at the sign out hut in aid of Mary’s Meals, as we made sure we, as a community, remember the needs of … More Prep School Harvest Sale in aid of Mary’s Meals raised £349.00

Coffee and cake for everyone in aid of Macmillan

Julie T from our catering department put on a wonderful coffee morning in aid of Macmillan. From sumptuous chocolate cake, to scrummy lemon drizzle cake and delightfully moist Somerset apple slices to exotic and delicious orange cup cakes and much more, it was difficult to know what to choose as they all looked so delicious. “I … More Coffee and cake for everyone in aid of Macmillan

We sponsor Jenneh Appiah and Samuel Tagba in Sierra Leone

The Hazlegrove Community sponsors two Ebola orphans in Sierra Leone, Jenneh Appiah and Samuel Tagba through the charity Wharf Kids. Jenneh’s father, mother and sister died of Ebola. Jenneh had Ebola but survived. She lives in a tiny little house (two small rooms) in Magazine Wharf, a really disadvantaged slum area on the sea front … More We sponsor Jenneh Appiah and Samuel Tagba in Sierra Leone