Cash boost for a new school water feature
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Children will soon be able to enjoy a water feature and seating in a quiet area of the school grounds.
Kingshill Church School in Nailsea has been given a donation of £1,000 from Persimmon Homes to boost facilities for children.
The money will be put towards the cost of a water feature and seats in the reflective courtyard at the school in Pound Lane.
The reflective courtyard will include wildflowers, a pond and seats.
Children will be able to use the area for science, religious education and art studies.
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Carole Negus from Persimmon Homes visited the children to hand over the donation and see what the money will be used for.
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