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roots, and all the foliage that tumbles eternally down, may seem to be a nuisance whilst the tree thrives, there would be significantly more problems if it ever were felled, with the subsidence that would follow as the root system decomposed beneath the school. So with that in mind we continue to cherish and celebrate our mighty guardian outside, witness to all that passes at school through the seasons and the years unfolding below and hope that our magnificent Linden will be with us for many more generations of Meldreth children to enjoy.


Andrew Jones Deputy Headteacher


Above: the linden tree in the school playground. Photograph by Andrew Jones. 45


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