Ramsey school’s library transformed after fundraising

Staff and children from Ramsey Spinning Infants at the opening of the school's new library.

Staff and children from Ramsey Spinning Infants at the opening of the school's new library. - Credit: Archant

The library at Ramsey Spinning Infant School has been transformed, thanks to a fundraising campaign.

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) headed by chairman Nikki Harding, organised discos, school fairs and competitions to raise more than £3,000 for the revamp.

The library has now been repainted and has new books, shelves, rugs and wall art.

The school’s assistant head Carol Birch, said: “We are so lucky to have such a supportive PFA. Thank you so much to all of the members for raising so much money. This will definitely raise the profile of reading in our school.”


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