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Collingham's Men in Sheds voluntarily upgrade playground for outdoor teaching


By Connor Thompson


A school has received upgrades to its playground furniture in a bid to help with its outdoor teaching.

Collingham's Men in Sheds made the trip to Lovers' Lane Primary School, Newark, to help restore picnic benches and learning areas to perfect condition.

Miss Jenny Hodgkinson, headteacher at Lovers' Lane, said the upgrades were superb.

COLLINGHAM'S Men in Sheds team, from left to right, is Richard Challand, Dennis Pratt, Dez Williams and Jim Milner (seated).
COLLINGHAM'S Men in Sheds team, from left to right, is Richard Challand, Dennis Pratt, Dez Williams and Jim Milner (seated).

A set of five picnic benches were restored and are now in use in the playground, while an outside raised teaching was made safer with new palisades.

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