Garden Reuse and Create Schools Challenge

Radio Plymouth and Otter Garden Centres are running a 'Garden Reuse and Create Challenge' for primary schools across Plymouth to take part in.

The aim is to give away two raised beds with compost and plants, so the winning school can 'grow their own' this spring and summer.

There will also be two runners up, each taking away £50 Otter Garden Centres vouchers for their school.

The idea is for primary-aged children to design something found in the garden, re-using items that would otherwise be thrown away. This might be a plant, flower, tree, wildlife (insect, bird, butterfly) made from recycled materials.

There are no other limitations, so this is an opportunity to get creative.

Don't leave it too long as entry closes on Friday 29th March at midnight. To find out more and enter, visit: