Bookshop steps up when outdoor learning centre is vandalised

Harbour Bookshop has stepped up to help after Malborough Primary School’s Forest School storage shed was vandalised. 

Forest and Beach collect their donated nature books from Harbour Bookshop - credit Forest and Beach
L-R: Pete, Olive, Jane, Andrea


Harbour Bookshop
, Mill Street, Kingsbridge, have worked with the publisher Harper Collins to replace nature books that were in Malborough Primary School’s Forest School storage shed at Malborough Forest School, which was vandalised and had paint thrown all over it at the end of the summer. 

Pete and Andrea Moore, along with Olive the dog, of Forest and Beach, Beeson, came to pick up the books this week. Pete said: "Wow! Thank you so much to The Harbour Bookshop! Such an amazing community we live in!"

Thank you so much to The Harbour Bookshop! Such an amazing community we live in!

Jane at Harbour Bookshop said: "Forest and Beach are outstanding! We absolutely love the work they do with children (and adults!) and want to support them in any way we can. A huge thank you to Harper Collins for donating half of the books! And if you ever get the chance to take a course or work with Forest and Beach, jump at it! They are brilliant!"

Forest and Beach are outstanding! We absolutely love the work they do with children (and adults!) and want to support them in any way we can

The nature books that Harbour Bookshop has donated - credit Forest and Beach

So nice to see something postive come out of something negative. 

Jane is right, if you or your children get a chance to work with Forest and Beach, take it. They're awesome. 

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