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Suthers School students visited Lancaster Grange Care Home on Fernwood, then visited the site where their new school is being built

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After spreading some festive cheer, pupils were given their own Christmas treat.

Students from the Suthers School, currently based in Bingham, first visited Lancaster Grange Care Home on Fernwood where they sang Christmas carols for residents.

They then went to the nearby site where their new school, which is being built by Bowmer and Kirkland, and due to open in summer 2020.

Bowmer and Kirkland had decorated a Christmas tree and turned on the lights with the students present.

The students made Christmas decorations and used them to decorate the site offices, where they were treated to hot chocolate and mince pies by site managers.

Andrew Pettit, head of the Suthers School, said: “It has been brilliant to see our new home taking shape and even more wonderful to see our students building a connection with their local community.

“Next year will be a really exciting year and we are very grateful to the team at Bowmer and Kirkland for the incredible job they are doing.”


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