Created: 04 December 2017
Andrew joined Cllr Ron Allcock and Cllr David Rose on a visit to St Martin’s C of E Primary School on Friday to see the £123,000 refurbishment to provide pupils with improved facilities and extra space. The £123,000 improvements were secured by the Conservative-run North Lincolnshire Council.
The first phase of the works, which were completed over the Easter break this year saw internal remodelling to extend the existing disabled toilet and to alter an existing changing room to a form a group room. The second phase, which was completed in October, saw the extension to the hall to create a break-out space for children. The area also includes additional storage space and new external path.
Andrew reports, "It was great to visit St Martin's Church of England Primary in Owston Ferry on Friday to see their new £127,000 refurbishment. I was joined by Cllr Ron Allcock and Cllr David Rose. We cut the ribbon on the recent hall extension, new changing places toilet and new storage facilities.
"The extension provides a new learning area too. I was delighted to support this project which was possible thanks to the £123,000 from Conservative-run North Lincs Council.
"Congratulations to the Governors, Church Diocese and the school."