Belton primary academy’s new library

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The new library for the children at Moorlands CE Primary Academy in Belton was opened on September 14th by children’s author Joffre White and Dave Watson reprehensive of the Freemen of Norwich.
The library has been principally funded by a generous grant from the Freemen as well as by Adnams of Southwold. Senior teacher Jon Biddle said: “The children are so exited by the new library. We have chosen the books very carefully based on conversations with them and consultation with our school book council.” The opening ceremony was attended by representatives from the Freemen and members of the local community, including Dr. Regi Alexander (Village Voice local magazine) Brian Swan & Kim Saul (Belton and District Historical Society) and local ward borough councillor Adrian Myers. Head Teacher Kevin Lee Said: What a memorable day. We have been planning the library for a year, so it is wonderful to have it open.
It is al so great that in times of cutbacks that we are opening a new library for our children. I’d like to thank all who supported us, without their help today would not have been possible.
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The Headmaster an d pupils proudly displaying some of their new books
The Headmaster and pupils proudly displaying some of their new books

Published by Kim Saul

I have lived in Belton all my life, and went to the village School in the mid 60's then I went to Lothingland secondary Modern in Lound, Suffolk, I now work in Norwich. My interests are Photography and Music.

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