South Bersted CE Primary School has won the 2016 Glyn-Jones sunflower competition with a plant that grew to an impressive 232cm tall.
Head teacher Chris Kronda congratulated the school’s Eco Club for their ‘wonderful efforts growing such an amazing sunflower’.
John Wyatt, senior sales negotiator at the Bognor Regis branch of the estate agency, said: “Thank you to head teacher Mr Kronda for kindly allowing us to share the news with pupils during morning assembly.
“We presented the school with their prize of £250 of horticultural vouchers so they can keep up their fantastic gardening efforts. Well done to all the schools who took part, it was a pretty close result.”
Georgian Gardens Community Primary School in Rustington came second with a sunflower which was 209cm tall.
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