Stratford restaurant teaches schoolchildren how to grow food

Left to right: Denise Nassanga, Nasreen Saleh and Brian Santos

Left to right: Denise Nassanga, Nasreen Saleh and Brian Santos - Credit: Archant

These young gardeners really got their hands dirty outside Stratford International Station on Thursday.

Left to right: Denise Nassanga, Nasreen Saleh and Brian Santos

Left to right: Denise Nassanga, Nasreen Saleh and Brian Santos - Credit: Archant

Pupils from nearby Carpenters Primary School, in Carpenters Road, planted tomatoes with staff from Las Iguanas restaurant in Westfield Stratford City.

The Latin American franchise began their food-growing project last year with schoolchildren at their Spitalfields restaurant and it proved so successful they transferred it to Stratford.


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