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King’s Lynn mayor presents Platinum Jubilee coins to Anthony Curton Primary School, Walpole St Peter



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Children from the Anthony Curton Primary School, Walpole St Peter, had a special visitor in school.

The borough mayor, Harry Humphrey, came along to the children’s assembly and presented every child with a coin to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last week.

Headteacher, Dawn Liddle, said: “The children were very excited to receive their coins!

School Council children representing each year group. Back, from left: Faith Campion, Ronnie Boyle, Archie Wood, Mayor Harry Humphrey, Daisy Pepper, Lauren Hurn. Middle: Jenson Lusher, Mia Neal, Lucie Woods, Elias Manning. Front: Isla Cox, Noah Walford-Dunn, Maisie Spratt, Billy Wood.
School Council children representing each year group. Back, from left: Faith Campion, Ronnie Boyle, Archie Wood, Mayor Harry Humphrey, Daisy Pepper, Lauren Hurn. Middle: Jenson Lusher, Mia Neal, Lucie Woods, Elias Manning. Front: Isla Cox, Noah Walford-Dunn, Maisie Spratt, Billy Wood.

"Later this month, the whole school is going on a trip to Sandringham House, where there will be workshops for the children based on the Queen’s amazing 70-year reign.”

In the photo are school council children representing each year group.



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