FSIS are pleased to offer Real Premium Christmas Trees to all parents and carers of the Children of Southwood Infant School, plus our supportive local community.
Our trees, the Nordmann Fir, are acquired wholesale from a reputable supplier and sustainably sourced from Denmark and Scotland. With good needle retention qualities, the tree will look good throughout the festivities. It has soft, deep green foliage, smooth grey bark and a good triangular shape.
As we are able to purchase wholesale and sell with a small mark-up (all profits being donated to the School*) we expect our trees will be at least 25% cheaper than you would be able to purchase from Garden Centres or other traditional outlets. Trees will be available for collection only on Saturday 11th December from the School, with exact time to be confirmed. We will contact you shortly before to confirm the collection time.
*All profits from sales will go to "The Friends of Southwood Infant School" (registered charity number: 1103531). FSIS raise money for the Southwood Infant School to spend on items that government funding doesn’t stretch too, some of which are luxuries but also necessities too.
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The goal of Friends of Southwood Infant School is to raise funds for equipment and resources that the Government funding does not cover. We do this through school and community events and various fundraising initiatives.
Friends of Southwood Infant School, Southwood Lane, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 0NE
Registered with the Charity Commission as 1103531
2020 - 2021 Friends of Southwood Infant School
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