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Campbells Castle School Community Welcomes New Building

Roundabout JA | May 10, 2019

The new 51-million dollar structure, built to replace the Campbell’s Castle Primary School in Manchester, is being welcomed by students, teachers and the wider community. The two-storey building comprises four classrooms, a computer laboratory, staff room, bathrooms, a storeroom, and other facilities, to serve the small student population.

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