As we all started to get used to our new lives working as HWB alongside other schools, Woodland Wonders sessions had stopped. However the polytunnel slowly started to become part of HWB life. Pupils from other schools enjoyed joining us for watering and weeding. St Athan Primary School also became a member of St Athan Gardening and Plant Share on Facebook which allowed us to share some of our resources with the local community enabling the children and families not attending HWB to participate in gardening at home. This also enabled us to grow things previously not available to us such as tomatoes, courgettes ,peppers, cucumbers and butternut squash.