BY chance, Yeoford School reflected how people had come together over the Queen’s Jubilee when cream teas were brought out to celebrate the planting of a tree for the Queen in the school grounds.
The tree, a Malus Marble which will have bright red glossy, almost translucent fruit, was a gift from Crediton Hamlets Parish Council.
Cllr Nick Yarnold dug the hole and planted the tree watched by the whole school. The oak backing for the plaque was made by a local man.
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