Pirate playtime

PUBLISHED: 13:00 30 April 2011

Official opening of Pirate Island playground, Portishead primary in station road.

Official opening of Pirate Island playground, Portishead primary in station road.

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PLAYTIMES just became more fun at a Portishead school after the completion of a new play area.

Portishead Primary School has taken delivery of new equipment in the shape of a pirate island, complete with bridges, tunnels and climbing apparatus.

The island is the result of more than a year of fund-raising organised by the friends of the school and a £500 donation from security company G4S.

Deputy headteacher Lorraine Strachan said: “Everyone at Portished Primary School is very grateful to the Friends of the School and to G4S for their support, the island is a definite hit with the children.”


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