Longridge High School has new mini bus for use by all community

Ribble Valley deputy mayor Coun Stuart Carefoot and Con Rose Adamson and pupils with the Lognridge High Schoolmini bus which can be used ny the community and schools.
Ribble Valley deputy mayor Coun Stuart Carefoot and Con Rose Adamson and pupils with the Lognridge High Schoolmini bus which can be used ny the community and schools.

Longridge High School has a new mini bus for use by the community, so what better way to celebrate, than transport residents to the high school’s recent Christmas Bingo?

More than 70 people attended, enjoying sherry and mince pies, hotpot lunch served by the school’s Global Citizenship Group. Children from Longridge CE, Longridge St Wilfrid’s and Goosnargh Oliverson’s primary schools performed on stage; the high school GCSE dance group delighted with a piece choreographed by themselves and there was also a sing-along. Ribble Valley deputy mayor Coun Stuart Carefoot and town deputy mayor Coun Rose Adamson attended and are pictured with pupils and mini bus.

Headteacher Jane Green said: “It was lovely to see the school and pupils working together in supporting the local community. Thanks also to Mrs Bridge, Miss Mulvana, Mrs Lloyd

Haydock, Miss Lovatt, Mr Catterall, Mr Sutcliffe, Mr Kershaw and all members of the kitchen staff for their wonderful hotpot lunch and refreshments. We would also like to say a special thank you to Rev Anderson, Stuart Carefoot the deputy Mayor for the Ribble Valley and

Rose Adamson the deputy Mayor for Longridge for attending our annual event.”