Bishop of Durham officially opens new primary school

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    Northern Echo 9th December 2015. "A NEWLY-BUILT primary school has been given the seal of approval from the Bishop of Durham, the Right Reverend Paul Butler. Seaton Carew Holy Trinity Primary School was redeveloped thanks to the Government’s flagship £4.4bn Priority School Building Programme (PSBP) after the former building, dating from the 1920s, had deteriorated due to its age......"
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