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New fence at Haverhill pre-school will help more dreams come true




A new secure fence has been installed at a Haverhill pre-school with the help and support of town councillors.

Parents and families also supported the fund-raising, although Covid-19 limited the amount of events that can take place this year.

Castle Fields Pre-school also successfully applied to the town council for funding to replace the wooden fence.

Castle Fields Pre-School staff with some of the Haverhill town councillors and the new fence. Submitted photo
Castle Fields Pre-School staff with some of the Haverhill town councillors and the new fence. Submitted photo

“This couldn’t have happened without the funding from our local councillors, they have been a tremendous support and this new fence has made a huge difference to the setting.

“It’s not only about security but the chance to offer our children the opportunity to develop a new allotment and wildlife area is a dream come true,” said setting manager Charis Newton

The pre-school has plans to develop areas of its garden into an allotment, and an area to encourage wild plants to grow and offer opportunities for forest school type activities.

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