New school for children

SPADEWORK: Councillor Kevin Gillott, the county council's Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, on the site of the new North Wingfield Primary School with current pupils: (left to right) Georgie Lampkin,10, Tarryn Savidge,10, Korey Turner, 9, Paige Keetley, 10, Charlie Elliott, 9, Stanley Pashley, 9, Danny Grattage, 10 and Ryan Ireing, 9.

SPADEWORK: Councillor Kevin Gillott, the county council's Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, on the site of the new North Wingfield Primary School with current pupils: (left to right) Georgie Lampkin,10, Tarryn Savidge,10, Korey Turner, 9, Paige Keetley, 10, Charlie Elliott, 9, Stanley Pashley, 9, Danny Grattage, 10 and Ryan Ireing, 9.

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A Derbyshire primary school is to get a brand new building thanks to a £5million cash boost.

Construction work to replace North Wingfield Primary got underway last week with the help of pupils and teachers from the old school on Blacks Lane.

Councillor Kevin Gillott, Derbyshire County Council’s cabinet member for children and young people, said: “I am very pleased that we have been able to provide this new school building for the present and future children of North Wingfield.

 

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