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Newark MP Robert Jenrick cuts first sod for new Christ Church Infants’ School at Middlebeck development




The first sod was cut for a new primary school that will spark a bright new future for Newark’s last remaining infants’ school.

Christ Church Infants’ School on Victoria Street currently has less than 40 pupils of infants’ school age on its roll but will re-invent itself as part of the Middlebeck development where more than 3,000 homes could be built.

Robert Jenrick at the site for a new school at Middlebeck. Robert Jenrick MP sitting in a JCB with L-R Richard Coppell (group development director, Urban & Civic plc), Nigel Hugill (chief executive, Urban & Civic plc), John Robinson (chief executive, NSDC), David Chambers (chairman, Lindum Group), Cllr David Lloyd (leader of NSDC) (41927843)
Robert Jenrick at the site for a new school at Middlebeck. Robert Jenrick MP sitting in a JCB with L-R Richard Coppell (group development director, Urban & Civic plc), Nigel Hugill (chief executive, Urban & Civic plc), John Robinson (chief executive, NSDC), David Chambers (chairman, Lindum Group), Cllr David Lloyd (leader of NSDC) (41927843)

The new school is being built on land owned by the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham on Middlebeck, and will be delivered by the site’s principal developer, Urban&Civic.



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