Today we produced freshly made fatcakes at Swanshurst Girls’ School on the Health for Life programme. Some of the girls found the task quite “gooey” at first but then soon got the hang of it. With a little help from our friendly woodwork teacher, we were able to slice the coconuts in half – without any missing fingers – and bore some holes to enable us to tie string through the birds’ feast receptacle. Yum! Some of the girls were so proud of them that most took them home to do the BIG Garden Birdwatch in their own gardens leaving the remainder decorated in the school garden. We also returned a completed fat ball to the woodwork teacher as a thank you for helping us out.We look forward to seeing our feathered friends soon.