Bourne based developer's boost for academy's sport

Pictured outside their new shed with Helen Jones of Larkfleet Homes are: Alfie Jarvis 11, Lola Waumsley 10, Elliott Holder 10, Liam Fialkowski 10, Zara Johnson 10, Jasminder Bubbra 10 and teaching assistant Louise Wilcockson.
Pictured outside their new shed with Helen Jones of Larkfleet Homes are: Alfie Jarvis 11, Lola Waumsley 10, Elliott Holder 10, Liam Fialkowski 10, Zara Johnson 10, Jasminder Bubbra 10 and teaching assistant Louise Wilcockson.
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Developer Larkfleet Homes has helped youngsters find a new home for their sport and play equipment.

The Bourne-based homes builder has supplied a new shed to stand on Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy’s playing field.

Helen Hick, joint managing director of Larkfleet Homes, said: “Larkfleet is committed to supporting the local community and it’s a great pleasure to sponsor the new shed. It means that the children can have the equipment they need to enjoy their breaks and sports activities with a safe and secure place to store it.”

Sam Brunt, the academy’s deputy head, said: “Thank you to Larkfleet for their continued support and for sponsoring our lovely new shed.

“Outdoor play and participation in sport is a key part of children’s development. It would be hard to offer the right kinds of activities without the appropriate equipment.

“The new shed means we are able to acquire that equipment because we now have somewhere to store it securely and keep it safe from the elements."