New stage at Wath playground thanks to charity grant

By Michael Upton | 22/07/2017

New stage at Wath playground thanks to charity grant
Pupils are seen with (back row, left to right) Leah England, Cash For Kids fundraising executive; Allan Ogle, Cah For Kids charity manager; Jim Staveley, Greener Places Ltd who built the stage; Lindsey Sandberg, deputy head teacher and Nicola McMullen, school governor. 

A SCHOOL playground has been given an upgrade thanks to a £2,000 charity windfall.

Wath CofE Primary received the cash from Cash For Kids, to build a new outdoor stage area. 

Governor Nicola McMullen said: “The Cash for Kids grant has paid for the majority of the stage, with the rest raised by the school through book sales.”


 


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