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The Grand Pier Donates 100 Reusable Cups to St Martins Church of England Primary School

Weston’s popular tourist destination and attraction site, The Grand Pier has generously donated 100 reusable cups to St Martins Church of England Primary School.

This contribution aims to support the school’s efforts to promote eco-friendly practices and enhance the overall experience of various school events.

The reusable cups provided by The Grand Pier will serve as a valuable addition to St Martins Primary School’s event supplies and will also instil an important lesson in the minds of young learners about the importance of environmental responsibility.

Mr. C Penny, the Acting Headteacher of St Martins Church of England Primary School, expressed his appreciation for The Grand Pier’s thoughtful donation. He shared, “On behalf of all the St Martins staff and children, I’d like to pass on my appreciation for the very kind donation from The Grand Pier. We’ll be able to put the donation of 100 cups to use in supporting events in school for years to come. Thank you!”

The Grand Pier has always been committed to giving back to the community and promoting sustainable initiatives.

This donation to St Martins Church of England Primary School is just one of the many ways in which The Grand Pier continues to contribute positively to the local community.

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