Pupils from Badshot Lea Village Infant School paid a special visit to Squire’s Garden Centre in Badshot Lea, bringing along some festive cheer by decorating the centre’s Christmas tree with their own hand-crafted creations.

The pupils at Badshot Lea put their creative hats on to craft a range of handmade Christmas decorations.

Squire’s Badshot Lea centre manager Richard Wells said: “We were delighted pupils from our local school paid us a visit and went to so much trouble to make the decorations.”

Badshot Lea Village Infant School headteacher Gemma Ball said: “The pupils really enjoyed the project of making decorations for the Squire’s tree and expressing their thoughts about Christmas through their creations. Visiting Squire’s is always a great experience for the children as they can learn so much from being in different environments.”