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Pudsey Lowtown School set for urgent £232,000 kitchen works

8 March 2017

Pupils at Pudsey Lowtown Primary School are set to benefit from £232,000 kitchen improvement works to tackle ‘significant health and safety issues’.

A council report says the scheme will allow the school to offer a hot free school meal to all children in reception, year one and year two, as required by law.

Work includes a kitchen extension and refurbishment of existing facilities including the installation of new kitchen equipment which is scheduled to be finished by October 2017.

The proposed works include:

  • Re-modelling and expansion of the existing kitchen
  • Refurbishment of the kitchen area
  • Upgrade of the mechanical and electrical installation as necessary
  • Installation of new kitchen equipment

The report can be read in full here:

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