Water feature to be built from old pier

SCHOOL pupils have been given the chance to design a water feature as part of its spiritual garden.

Youngsters in Worlebury St Paul’s Primary School’s reception class who produced the best designs were given certificates and prizes for their work.

Old timber from Weston pier will be used in the �500,000 project carried out by Wilmott Dixon.

Mark Cottrell, the contractors’ commercial manager, said: “The competition was a great way to get the children involved in the development work at the school and made it a learning experience for them.

“Using old timbers from the pier is a way of linking the new feature to the town and one of its most important landmarks.”

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