Bolton School Nursery

Pumpkin Picking at Windmill Farm

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Bolton School's Butterfly Class had a fantastic day collecting pumpkins at Windmill Farm last week. They also enjoyed sessions at the farm learning about farm animals, reptiles and even went on a train ride! The children managed to pick some great pumpkins for the nursery, which will come in very handy for Hallowe'en. The rotating photos show the fun they had!

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