Twisting and turning

PUBLISHED: 11:52 28 April 2006 | UPDATED: 21:51 28 May 2010

Pupils trying out the new equipment

Pupils trying out the new equipment

Pupils at All Saints Interchurch Primary School in March are making the most of their new outdoor equipment, thanks to a donation from the town s Sainsbury s store. And youngsters, governors and staff joined representatives from the supermarket to officia

Pupils at All Saints Interchurch Primary School in March are making the most of their new outdoor equipment, thanks to a donation from the town's Sainsbury's store.

And youngsters, governors and staff joined representatives from the supermarket to officially open the 'trim trail' and shade pergola.

Sainsbury's donated £1,826 to the school from its new community grants scheme to pay for the play equipment.

The cash was one of the first to be made from the fund, which was set up entirely from the profits on sales of 'Bags for Life.'

Headteacher Rachel Voss said: "Everybody is enjoying the benefits of having the trim trail, and using the equipment to get fit."

Picture: BRIAN PURDY


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