Harvest help from St George’s School

Ellie Cox

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Donations to boost Windsor Foodshare and support the community.

As part of its annual harvest celebration, St George’s School Windsor Castle has collected more than 30 bags of packaged foods to give to Windsor Foodshare. To help tackle food poverty in the local area this winter.

Donated by parents and staff over the course of the half term, the consignment will be delivered to the charity during the October half term holiday by Emma Adriano. The school’s deputy head and head of pre-prep. Numerous donations have also been collected for Battersea Old Windsor, including dog treats and food.

“Harvest is a time to reflect on and give thanks for what we have. As well as to share with others who are not as fortunate as we are,” Adriano said. “Given the current economic climate, we are especially grateful to our school community for giving so generously this year. And in doing so, helping those in the local community through their kindness.”

In addition to collecting food, the school celebrated the season with multiple craft projects. As well as two Harvest Festival performances, with children from Reception to Year 2 gathering in front of parents and friends to sing much-loved songs such as Big Red Combine Harvester and Under the Harvest Moon.

For more information about St George’s School Windsor Castle, visit www.stgwindsor.org.  

If you would like to help Windsor Foodshare visit windsorfoodshare.org to find out more.

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Round & About

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Windsor Castle voted one of the nation’s favourite landmarks 

If you’re still in need of things to do in the summer holidays then how about a visit to Windsor Castle? 

The oldest and largest occupied castle in the world has just been named as one of the nation’s favourite landmarks. 

The new study by photo printing specialists CEWE has revealed the top landmarks to visit with the list being topped by Stonehenge. 

Founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, Windsor Castle has been the home of 39 monarchs. Work is currently under way to transform the experience of visiting the castle with changes being made to include a café in the original medieval Undercroft, reinstating the Inner Hall and revealing the view of the Long walk to the public for the first time.  

Well worth a visit and if you’re travelling further afield this summer then how about visiting some of the other locations in the top 20? 

The top 20 UK landmarks to visit were voted as:

  1. Stonehenge, Wiltshire

  2. Buckingham Palace, London

  3. White cliffs of Dover

  4. Tower of London

  5. St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall

  6. Tower Bridge

  7. Lake Windermere, Cumbria

  8. The Jurassic Coast, Dorset

  9. Edinburgh Castle

  10. York Minster

  11. The Houses of Parliament

  12. Windsor Castle, Berkshire

  13. Loch Ness, Inverness-shire

  14. St Paul’s Cathedral

  15. The Needles, Isle of White

  16. London Eye

  17. Mount Snowdon, Gwynedd

  18. Lindisfarne, Northumberland

  19. Ben Nevis

  20. Bath’s Roman Baths, Somerset

Clare Moreton, digital marketing director at CEWE, said: “The Uk is spoilt for choice when it comes to beauty spots and this really comes across with our research, from the stunning York bars walls to Windsor Castle and further afield, there’s so much choice and beautiful scenery that the UK has to offer. The hard bit is choosing where to visit first.”