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Pupils at Brown's Primary School in Horbling received a donation of laptops and tablets to help with learning from home




Primary schoolchildren received a delivery of laptops to help them learn at home.

Equipment was donated to Brown’s Primary School in Horbling by village residents Donald and Alison Lambert, who run Onswitch Ltd.

The couple wanted to help families who are struggling to home-school their children due to a lack of technology.

Laptops were donated to Brown's Primary School in Horbling. Pictured are parish council vice chairman Mark Kierstan, headteacher Sally Howley and school administrator Sarah Caven
Laptops were donated to Brown's Primary School in Horbling. Pictured are parish council vice chairman Mark Kierstan, headteacher Sally Howley and school administrator Sarah Caven

Horbling Parish Council helped out by making sure the computer equipment was cleaned and upgraded before being handed to the school.

Six tablets and four laptops were donated to the school. Vice chairman of the parish council, Mark Kierstan, presented them to headteacher Sally Howley and Sarah Caven.



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