Students from Cromwell Community College reveal handmade sleigh
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Cromwell Community College students who study construction at the College of West Anglia in Wisbech have rebuilt a sleigh for the Trinity Rotary Club in King’s Lynn as part of a festive project.
Rotary Club in King’s Lynn as part of a festive project.
Students were given a rundown sleigh that needed redecorating and tidying up, ready for upcoming festivities. Between two groups they designed, rebuilt and sprayed the sleigh.
Student Beth Harrison said: “This is a great opportunity to be involved in a project that supports the local community.”
Andy Hunter, vice principal of Cromwell Community College, said: “What the students have achieved in just a few weeks is unbelievable. They should be enormously proud.”
Charlotte Siggins, 14-16 partnership liaison officer at CWA, said: “The level of work that has gone into this is amazing and the sleigh has been finished to such a high standard. They’ve done an amazing job.”
John Taylor, fundraising chairman of King’s Lynn Trinity Rotary Club, said: “I hope the students have enjoyed the project.
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“They really have brought the sleigh into the 21st century.
“On behalf of the rotary club, I want to thank everyone at Cromwell Community College and CWA for their hard work.”