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Containerlift donates computers to students and families at Great Dunmow and Great Easton primary schools



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A transport and freight company has given students at two schools a technology upgrade by donating computers.

Containerlift, which is based in Great Dunmow, recently gave its IT infrastructure an overhaul and found itself with several machines that were still in good condition but no longer required.

And pupils at Great Dunmow Primary School and Great Easton Primary School have been the ones to benefit from the supercharged donation.

Great Dunmow Primary School headteacher Kevin Watts and parents with some of the computers donated by Containerlift (53300112)
Great Dunmow Primary School headteacher Kevin Watts and parents with some of the computers donated by Containerlift (53300112)

Containerlift managing director Joost Baker said: “Being a father of two school-aged children, I am aware how difficult home-schooling may have been for some parents without the right equipment, so we hope these computers can make the lives of some parents much easier.”

Kevin Watts, headteacher at Great Dunmow Primary School, said: “We are so pleased that Containerlift reached out to us to offer computers to our families in our school community.

“It is such a generous offer and has been really appreciated.”



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