The Chairman of Euxton Parish Council, Katrina Reed, visited Primrose Hill this week in order to take a look at the progress being made with the Eco Pond and also to see the Lea Cup that the school received for the Best Kept School in the Lancashire Best Kept Village competition. Euxton Parish Council nominated Primrose Hill for the award and also donated £100 to help in the creation of the Eco Pond, which now sits proudly at the front of school. Katrina Reed presented a certificate to the school and was joined by fellow councilor Debra Platt, who said that she was extremely pleased to have helped the school in achieving this wonderful award. We are very grateful to Euxton Parish Council for their support in helping the school gain this prestigious award.
6th November 2014