Work starts on £3.7m school
PUBLISHED: 09:00 09 June 2014
WORK has begun on a new £3.7million primary school on the outskirts of Weston.
A ceremony was held yesterday (Wed) to mark the start of building works for the brand new St Anne’s Primary School in West Wick.
The school will double-up with St Anne’s Primary School in Hewish and the construction of a brand new Sunsesis school building will also get underway, along with refurbishments to the current site.
The building will see eight new classrooms, including a reception and nursery class, a large hall with a commercial kitchen, staff facilities and a community room available to the surrounding residential areas.
This milestone ceremony is being held by the project’s construction firm, Willmott Dixon and there will also be a new vehicle and pedestrian access bridge from Scot Elm Drive.