On Tuesday 3rd June,60 pupils from nearby St Benedict’s School in Glastonbury visited Shapwick Moor as part of their literacy studies. They have been studying the book ‘Holes’ by Louis Sachar in which pupils are made to dig holes to atone for their past poor behaviour. The accompanying school staff took on the role as ‘warders’ and pupils responded well to their orders by starting to dig a new scrape for the visiting waders at Shapwick. Although Shapwick Moor is’ slightly wetter’ than the desert setting of the book, pupils responded well to their ‘enforced labours’ and several large and useful holes were dug. A huge thank you to all involved!