Dedication of Winchcombe Abbey New Build

Winchcombe Abbey C of E Primary School have completed a couple of major building projects over the last year or so to enable them to accommodate growing numbers of children in the Winchcombe area and they are really pleased how these projects have enhanced the children's learning environment. The Right Reverend Robert Springett, Bishop of Tewkesbury came to school this afternoon to dedicate the new build. There was a short service involving the children, and those who designed and built the new premises, governors and DGAT representatives were invited to join in the celebration. The Architect James Hutton is also featured in the photo.


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