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Wicor Primary School

Wicor Primary School

Vegetable Boxes

Our wonderful seasonal, organic vegetable boxes are now available. 

 

As part of our Environmental Curriculum we grow many different varieties of fruit and vegetables in our allotment, much of which we sell back to our community to promote healthy eating and to raise money for horticulture in our school.  If you wish to order a box your name will go on a waiting list and we will contact you when it is available for collection.  We will contact you by phone when your box is ready, so please make sure you leave your mobile number, or a telephone number where you can be easily contacted.  Boxes can be collected between 8.00am and 4.00pm on the given collection day.  If any box is not collected on the designated day you will still be required to pay for the box and collect it on the following day.  The pick-up point will be from the school office.

 

£5.00 - Organic Vegetable Box: A box of mixed vegetables and fruits.  The box will also contain recipes for some of the produce, especially if they are a little more unusual, such as chard.  There will be a minimum of 6 items per box.  Last year there was a selection from the following: potatoes, onions, carrots, garlic, beetroot, squash, chard, tomatoes, courgettes, raspberries, mint, rhubarb, blackberries, salad leaves, radish and spring onions.

 

To order please:

 

  • Fill in the online form.

  • Make sure that you leave a relevant telephone number.

  • Your name will then be added to the waiting list.

  • Wait for the call informing you of your designated pick-up date.

 

Thank you for ordering from Wicor Primary School.

Vegetable Box Order Form

Please complete the form below and click send. PLEASE LEAVE PHONE CONTACT NUMBER Your name will then go onto the waiting list, and you will receive a call with your designated pick-up date. Vegetable Boxes cost £5.00 each, payable on collection.

“Wicor School is a gem doing more than any school I think I have ever seen to create the perfect learning environment for children." Alexia Robinson, founder of British Food Fortnight
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