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Saturday 5th September 2020

2pm: 73rd Cromhall Flower Show and Village Fayre
St Andrew's School, Cromhall

The 73rd Anniversary Cromhall Flower Show and Village Fayre is being held on Saturday 5th September at 2pm in St Andrew's School field.

It's an open show, so entries are welcome from neighbouring villages and further afield. There's a category for everyone, including home grown vegetables, fruit and flowers through to home cooking, crafts and photography.

Try your luck on the raffle and tombola, test your skill at skittles and the coconut shy and browse the stalls for crafts, produce and gifts.

Then when you're in need of refreshment, head to the tea tent for delicious cakes and biscuits or sample something from the barbecue, enjoy a local brew in the beer tent, or treat yourself to an ice cream.

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View of St. Andrew's School

St. Andrew's School, viewed from Rectory Lane, 2005

We are a small village school serving the community of Cromhall and the surrounding area.

Providing a happy, caring environment for your child to learn in is our priority.

Children, staff and parents work very hard to ensure that the school is an important part of the local community, and there will be lots of opportunities for you to become involved not only in your child's education but also in aspects of village life.

St. Andrew's School

How to contact St Andrew's School

Post: St. Andrew's CE VC Primary School, Church Lane, Cromhall, Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire GL12 8AL
Tel: 01454 294498
Fax: 01454 294498
Web: www.standrewsschoolcromhall.org.uk
Email:

Headteacher: Mrs. Helen Green

St. Andrew's School

Recycle Your Crisp Packets

St Andrew's School PTFA have joined TerraCycle’s crisp packet recycling scheme to reduce waste and raise funds for school.

They'll accept all types of crisp packet and multipack outer packaging.

Click here to find out more about the scheme.

There is also a collection box in the shop so the whole village can get involved.

Every year countless pieces of crisp packets end up in landfill sites across the UK.

The Crisp Packet Recycling Scheme allows us to recycle your crisp packets and prevent them from ending up in landfill.

Not only are you helping the environment, but the waste you recycle with us also helps to fund our school.

Clothes Recycling Bank

You can now take your pre-loved clothes to a recycling bank at Cromhall's St. Andrew's School.

The bank accepts a wide range of clothes and accessories, including:

St. Andrew's School
  • shirts
  • trousers
  • shorts
  • t-shirts
  • jeans
  • jackets
  • jumpers
  • hoodies
  • polo shirts
  • joggers
  • bags
  • belts and ties
  • boots
  • hats
  • gloves
  • shoes
  • trainers
  • clean underwear
  • skirts
  • dresses
  • vest tops
  • jewellery
  • swimwear
  • lingerie

It cannot accept:

  • ripped/stained clothes
  • socks
  • dirty underwear
  • bath robes
  • slippers
  • pyjamas
  • workwear
  • uniforms
  • printed items
  • old fashioned items

Please take your unwanted items to the recycling bank to help raise funds for St. Andrew's School.

History

For old photographs and other items relating to the school, have a look in the Cromhall Archive.

Detail of plaques on the front of the school building:

"He saith unto him Feed My Lambs"
St.John Ch.XXV V.XV
This School was built A.D.MDCCCXLIV
W.J.Copleston MA
Rector

Train up a Child in the Way he Should Go & when he is Old he will not depart from it.
Proverbs Ch.XXII V.VI







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