Mayor and Councillor make hygiene donations to local school


Liberal Democrat Councillor Dawn Allen-Williamson and Mayor Peter Taylor visited Parkgate Junior School to donate 48 bottles of 500ml and one bottle of 5 litre hand soap after Jake Magnus, one of the pupils at the School, said the school was in need of Hand Soap.

Dawn Allen-Williamson, Councillor for Callowland Ward, said “Well done to 7 year old student, Jake, for reaching out to us. It is great to be able to provide the school with much needed resources so they can keep up good hygiene standards, especially at the current time.”

 

Elected Mayor of Watford, Peter Taylor, said “Helping out in our local community is one of the best parts of my job. I am so glad to be able to support these students to stay safe at school and ensure they don’t lose any more of their education to the pandemic.”

 

Jake Magnus, pupil at Parkgate Junior School, said “We use a lot of soap to keep ourselves and our friends safe. I wanted to help the school to have enough so we can keep washing our hands! I would like to say a big thank you to Liberal Democrat team for their support.”

 

Principal of Parkgate Junior School, Mrs Sarah Pipe, said “Parkgate Junior School is bubbling with joy after receiving a gift package of soap to help with handwashing and keeping us safe.”


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