Tools will lettuce dig!

Children from Lakeside primary school visited Asda to collect gardening tools that have been donated.Pictured back l-r Aimee Bunn, six, Nimra Mohammed, nine, Mitchell Foulston, eight, Brandon Nilsen, seven, Carolyn Halls, Asda community colleague and Alfie Blake, seven. Front l-r Julie Stigwood, Unwins brand manager, Ethan Wilson, eight and Paul Cox, Asda general Merchandiser manager. Picture: Marie Caley D3356MC
Children from Lakeside primary school visited Asda to collect gardening tools that have been donated.Pictured back l-r Aimee Bunn, six, Nimra Mohammed, nine, Mitchell Foulston, eight, Brandon Nilsen, seven, Carolyn Halls, Asda community colleague and Alfie Blake, seven. Front l-r Julie Stigwood, Unwins brand manager, Ethan Wilson, eight and Paul Cox, Asda general Merchandiser manager. Picture: Marie Caley D3356MC

GARDENING tools have been donated to a Doncaster primary school to aid its chances of growing the heaviest lettuce!

Unwins joined forces with Asda for the Gro-Sure Challenge which begins this month and kickstarts a competition where schools will compete against each other to produce their growing array of healthy homegrown food.

Lakeside Primary School visited the supermarket in Gliwice Way to receive the tools which have been donated by the Cambridgeshire-based gardening firm to help with its challenge.

For more information about the challenge visit www.gro-sure.co.uk or www.gro-sure.co.uk/asda or www.your.asda.com/gro-sure