£3.9m Arley Primary School in Warwickshire nears completion

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The new £3.9m building for the Arley Primary School in Warwickshire is nearing completion, meaning that students and staff will soon be able to enjoy its latest-generation facilities, a media news report on the matter has revealed.
Work started on the construction of the new school in July last year and it’s due to open at the end of March 2014. The new school will amalgamate Gun Hill Infant School and Herbert Fowler Junior School, and will accommodate up to 315 children.
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