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New 'trim trail' opened at St Andrew's Primary School in Much Hadham




The new term at Much Hadham's village school brought a new piece of equipment for the children to use during playtimes, lunchtimes and PE lessons.

Pupils, staff, governors and parents of St Andrew’s CE Primary School and Nursery have been raising money since the first coronavirus lockdown to upgrade the equipment.

On the first day of the new term on Thursday (Sept 2), they held the grand opening of their new 'trim trail'.

Headteacher Caroline Dimond, left, and Despina Vittori, of the Friends of St Andrew’s, were joined by the oldest Year 6 pupil and the youngest in Year 1 to cut a ribbon to declare the new equipment open
Headteacher Caroline Dimond, left, and Despina Vittori, of the Friends of St Andrew’s, were joined by the oldest Year 6 pupil and the youngest in Year 1 to cut a ribbon to declare the new equipment open

Headteacher Caroline Dimond and Despina Vittori, representing the Friends of St Andrew’s, who have contributed generously to the project, were joined by the oldest Year 6 pupil and the youngest in Year 1 to cut a ribbon to declare it open.

Local businesses and members of the community donated to the project.

Mrs Dimond said: "The children were so excited to use the play equipment for the first time – the perfect start to a new school year."



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