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NYEs Building Supplies campaign ‘Proud to be Local’ awards school

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee School in Horsham has received £500 funding after winning the latest round of votes in the NYEs Building Supplies campaign ‘Proud to be Local’. The school caters for pupils with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties, or complex needs. It currently has 100 pupils …

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BMI helps shield school children from sea storms

Students at George Hastwell School, an academy in Barrow-in-Furness for children with severe or profound learning difficulties, are now sheltered by a robust roof that is built to a specification from BMI UK & Ireland – the largest manufacturer and distributor of flat and pitched roofing and waterproofing solutions in …

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Horsham primary school wins £500 towards playground project

Trafalgar Community Infant School in Horsham has received £500 funding after winning a local community fund campaign run by the Kingsfold based builders’ merchant NYEs Building Supplies.   Proud to be Local, which was set up by NYEs in 2018, offers community groups, charities and causes the chance to receive …

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Covers Alresford donates materials to Sun Hill Junior School

Covers Alresford has donated materials to Sun Hill Junior School to help convert a previously unusable area of space into a picnic terrace. The timber and builders’ merchant, which is based on Prospect Road, delivered items to the school, including artificial grass, helping it to create a new all-year-round useable …

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Grundfos know the questions to Aske

The Haberdashers’ Aske School in Elstree is a leading independent school for girls of 4-18.  Originally established in 1875, it is a well-respected name within the education sector.  Their aim is to help each pupil attain their individual potential. This forward-thinking attitude seeps into many other aspects relating to the …

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Deputy First Minister witnesses community campus construction

Deputy First Minister John Swinney was in Aberdeenshire yesterday to see for himself the progress being made on the £55million Inverurie Community Campus project. He was in the town to attend the ‘Topping Out’ ceremony, meet some of the staff and pupils of the current school and learn more about …

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