Employees from Goldsborough Estates, which is part of the Bupa Group and specialises in the management of private retirement and assisted living properties, will be taking part in a community challenge on Thursday 8 October from 9.00am. The team will be transforming a reading corner at Christ Church Upper Armley Church of England School, Leeds. The team of 11 will be redecorating and refurbishing the unused corner and turning it into a bright and welcoming area for pupils to use throughout the day. There will be new furniture supplied including chairs, bean bags, rugs and curtains and the walls will receive a lick of paint. Katherine Moore, team leader, adds: “The team from Goldsborough Estates is delighted to be taking part in a challenge which will benefit the school and the local community. It’s very rewarding to know that our efforts will mean that the school has a comfortable and inviting reading area in which the children can spend time developing their reading skills.” Siobhan Drane, Bupa’s community affairs consultant, says: “Our Goldsborough team are raring to go and it’s wonderful to see so many members of our team taking part. It really will make a big difference to the school and the local community.”