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The Parks Trust Receive Donation Which Helps Provide Free School Outdoor Learning Sessions

John Lewis & Partners recently made a donation to The Parks Trust of £5500 which is going to go along way in helping children from Milton Keynes.

The Parks Trust have taken to social media to thank John Lewis & Partners for their incredible, confirming that the money will be used to help fund free outdoor learning sessions for school children in Milton Keynes.


On Facebook, The Parks Trust said, ''We’d like to say a huge thank you to John Lewis & Partners. With the help of their generous donation, we are offering local schools free outdoor learning sessions in Milton Keynes parks


Schools will be able to get involved in wildflower planting at Newlands Remembrance Walk, bulb planting at The Tree Cathedral and Environmental Heroes sessions at their local parks.''


Anne Dodds and Elaine Wales, from John Lewis and Partners said: “We are thrilled to be able to help enhance the central parks and help improve biodiversity for pollinators”, while Mary Green from Waitrose and Partners commented “Enabling young people to connect with nature and their local parks will hopefully make a real difference. it’s great to be able to contribute to these fantastic projects.”


Sarah Griffiths, who manages the Outdoor Learning Team, said: "The Parks Trust are really grateful to John Lewis for their support. The £5500 towards working with schools and developing wildflower habitats will have a really positive impact on Milton Keynes and its biodiversity.”


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