A NEW rockery has been planted with wild flowers in the gardens of a Barrow primary school.

Dane Ghyll Primary School welcomed green-fingered Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts to help with the project.

The seeds were donated by the rotary club and the new rockery stands to reflect the importance of Guiding and Scouting.

Louise Postlethwaite, head gardener at Dane Ghyll, said: "The children had a lovely afternoon sowing seeds ,covering them with soil and watering them.They will continue to nurture the wildflowers until a beautiful wild flower rockery is created to symbolise their commitment to help others and the community."