BUPA TEAM COMMUNITY CHALLENGE TO DEVELOP SCHOOL READING CORNER

Employees from Goldsborough Estates, which is part of the Bupa Group and specialises in the management of private retirement and assisted living properties, took part in a community challenge on Thursday 8 October. The team transformed a reading corner at Christ Church Upper Armley Church of England School, Leeds. The team of 11 redocorated and refurbished the unused corner and turned it into a bright and welcoming area for pupils to use throughout the day. New furniture was supplied including chairs, bean bags, rugs and curtains and the walls received a lick of paint. Katherine Moore, team leader, adds: “The team from Goldsborough Estates were delighted to be taking part in a challenge which benefited the school and the local community. It’s very rewarding to know that our efforts meant that the school had a comfortable and inviting reading area in which the children could spend time developing their reading skills.” Siobhan Drane, Bupa’s community affairs consultant, says: “It’s wonderful to see that so many members of our Goldsborough team took part in the community challenge. It really made a big difference to the school and the local community.”

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