Ottery students brush up for tots
Year Seven and Eight students carried out voluntary work in the tow and brightened up a fence at the Coleridge Pre-School.
PAINTBRUSH wielding pupils from The King’s School proved dab hands at giving town tots a boost as part of their project week.
Year Seven and Eight students carried out voluntary work in Ottery and brightened up a fence at the Coleridge Pre-School.
Their season-themed work has proved a hit with youngsters.
“The children were fanatical about watching them and wanted to join in. They all thoroughly enjoyed it,” said Lynda Hole, chairman of the pre-school’s committee.
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“We think they did a brilliant job - it’s made such a difference.”
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