‘Wonderful’ achievement as banking staff tidy up village school’s grounds

PUBLISHED: 18:00 08 July 2016

Volunteers hard at work at the school.

Volunteers hard at work at the school.

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The grounds of a North Somerset primary school have been treated to a makeover.

Staff from Lloyds Banking Group cleaned up areas of Yatton Federated Schools on Friday by painting murals, walls and seating areas. They were also assisted by year six pupils to widen a pathway and clear the garden and pond area.

Headteacher Jo Keeble said: “We are very grateful for the parents from Lloyds Banking Group who helped organise the day and to everyone who worked so hard. It is wonderful just how much was achieved in a single day.

“Particular thanks must go to Loaders, Travis Perkins and Wickes, Clare Bessant at Stowells Concrete and Dan Wrigley at DW Construction and Carpentry.”


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