Pupils enjoy books thanks to donation to primary school library
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A primary school on the edge of Norwich has received a welcome cash boost to purchase new storybooks for pupils to enjoy.
Cringleford Primary School received a donation of £300 from housebuilder Kier Living to refurbish its library with new books.
Neil Henery, headteacher of the Dragonfly Lane school, said: "Updating our library is a wonderful way for our pupils to enjoy some quiet time and get lost in a book.
"The children will benefit massively from the new books that we have been able to purchase and I can’t wait for them to be added to the shelves.”
He also thanked Kier Living, responsible for the Roundhouse Gate development in Cringleford, for the donation.
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David Thomas, regional sales and marketing director for Kier Living, said: "We hope it will add lots of interesting and insightful stories for the children to learn from and enjoy.
"It's wonderful to hear how excited the children are."
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