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Funding support for three South Lakes schools’ projects

Cllr Pat Bell

Three schools’ projects in Old Hutton, Seldside and Grayrigg have received a boost thanks to South Lakes District Councillor Pat Bell.

Councillor Bell, who represents the Kendal Rural Ward on South Lakeland District Council, has used her £1,000 locality budget to support schools in her area. The three projects are:

  • £250 to help Old Hutton CofE Primary School replace flood-damaged books;
  • £250 towards new computer tablets at Seldside CofE Primary School;
  • £500 in towards match-funding to help with fundraising for a new classroom at Grayrigg CofE Primary School.

Councillor Pat Bell said: “Local schools are the lifeblood of our local community and I’m delighted to be able to support these three fantastic projects.”

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