Pupil helps time go by

PUBLISHED: 14:40 13 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:42 11 May 2010

TIME WATCH: Aimee Wenlock, left, with Christine Taylor, centre, and head teacher Linda Meredith.

TIME WATCH: Aimee Wenlock, left, with Christine Taylor, centre, and head teacher Linda Meredith.

A FORMER pupil at Therfield Village School has returned to cut the ribbon on a new sundial. Two years ago Aimee Wenlock, who now attends Roysia Middle School in Royston, was one of a number of pupils involved in a project to create a garden at the school.

A FORMER pupil at Therfield Village School has returned to cut the ribbon on a new sundial.

Two years ago Aimee Wenlock, who now attends Roysia Middle School in Royston, was one of a number of pupils involved in a project to create a garden at the school.

Teacher Christine Taylor said: "When Amy left she donated a gift voucher which she specifically asked be spent on something for the garden.

"We decided on a sun dial and felt it would be fitting that Amy came back to unveil it.

"She was one of many children who put a lot of hard work into designing and building the garden."

The sun dial was specially made for Therfield School and features an inscription commemorating the occasion.

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