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Winterton find their 'breathing place'

PUBLISHED: 17:19 04 December 2008 | UPDATED: 12:28 03 July 2010

Winterton children brave the wintry weather to find their breathing place

Winterton children brave the wintry weather to find their breathing place

CHILDREN from Winterton Primary School and Nursery, along with parents and their headteacher, braved the wintry weather to attend the opening of the Lottery funded “Breathing Place” at the National Trust's Horsey Windpump.

CHILDREN from Winterton Primary School and Nursery, along with parents and their headteacher, braved the wintry weather to attend the opening of the Lottery funded “Breathing Place” at the National Trust's Horsey Windpump. As part of this Extended School activity, the children helped trust volunteers plant a tree and explored the windpump with trust warden Steve Prowse. Headteacher Richard Endall is planning to extend the relationship with the National Trust property through their Guardianship Scheme.


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