A village school celebrated the completion of a two-year extension project with a visit from the Bishop of Lincoln.
The Rt Revd Christopher Lowson visited Morton Primary School to unveil a plaque marking the official opening of the new classroom, library and group room.
The project, which cost £194,000, was mostly funded by Lincolnshire County Council with support from the school’s own funds. The extra classroom has boosted the number of places available at the school by around 30, meaning more families will be granted their first choice and easing some of the pressure on primary schools in Bourne.
Headteacher George Trafford said: “The project has made a huge difference and the children think it’s great. They have all taken advantage of the extra library facilities.”