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Logging on again after recycling project support

Staff from Dot Communication at Central Street Primary School after donating computer equipment to the school in Hebden Bridge. Pictured are Richard Goodwin, Tom McAspurn, Eltha Mace-Whitehouse, Charddonay Murphy and Ben Coles.

Staff from Dot Communication at Central Street Primary School after donating computer equipment to the school in Hebden Bridge. Pictured are Richard Goodwin, Tom McAspurn, Eltha Mace-Whitehouse, Charddonay Murphy and Ben Coles.

A COMMUNITY enterprise has helped to recycle school equipment damaged in the summer floods.

Central Street Infant School, Hebden Bridge, was badly hit by the severe weather in June and saw some of its IT equipment damaged by the flood water.

But Dot Communications has come to the rescue by recycling the items and making IT parts available for other members of the local community.

The team also provided boxes and offered staff and pupils space at its Salem Community Resource Centre base while the school recovered from the flood damage

Headteacher Kath Godfrey said: “We are very grateful to Dot Communications for offering to recycle some of our IT equipment that was damaged in the floods in June, and at no cost to the school.

“Recycling whenever possible is our school policy and it is good to know that they will make it possible for IT parts to be returned to the community for use.

“It is also a brilliant opportunity for us to support such a worthwhile initiative.”

 

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