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SEED School

17th January 2013 Posted by 0 Comments

With its expanding numbers as the children were growing up, the facility as it was, was not appropriate any longer and there was an obvious need for a permanent building. With the amazing help from our suuporters in Aberdeen the money was raised and the group laid the foundations in February 2011. In October 2011 the first block was completed and opened and the first classes could move in.

The foundations for the second block have been started but the building itself is being held up by legal red tape. We hope to be able to proceed with this very soon.


The staff and children of Newton Farm School in Harrow have adopted SEED School and through various fundraising events have raised enough money to provide books, new desks and chairs for the upper classes of SEED School. The pupils at SEED School were overjoyed with the arrival of their new furniture, so much so that they did not want to go home for the Christmas holidays!

Newton Farm has also provided greatly for the community by giving families goats, chickens and hen houses, which provide food and income for the family. The families who have received these gifts are doing well and are very grateful for the gift.

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