A host of golden daffodils brighten up a village

Families in a village near Oswestry have been enjoying a St David's inspired daffodil trail this week.

Two of the children from Carreghofa with their posters
Two of the children from Carreghofa with their posters

Pupils at Carreghofa Primary School in Llanymynech coloured in daffodil posters which have been put up around the village for people to find.

They also created a trail sheet, which can be bought for just £1 from the school or the village shop.

Teacher, Rachael Hill, said: "We were inspired by a video that we saw about others putting daffodils in their windows as a way of spreading positivity in the community, like putting rainbows in their windows during the first lockdown.

"So, we thought we would do the same as a whole school and encourage our local community to join in with us using it for our class enterprise project."

"Once people have completed the trail, they can return their sheets to the shop or school, where a lucky winner will be drawn and will win a prize."

She said the children have organised the trail as part of their blended learning by writing letters to the owners of the shop, asking their permission to sell the sheets, creating posters, writing adverts, and voting on the price to charge for the trail.

"They have really enjoyed doing this and hope the community are enjoying the daffodil trail."

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