Play time just got better at two schools

The presentation to Bushmead Primary School
The presentation to Bushmead Primary School

Pupils at two Luton schools have more reasons to enjoy playtime thanks to a donation from an estate agency.

Bushmead Primary School and Warden Hill Infant School were presented with an equal share of £3,100, money that will be spent on new playground equipment, thanks to Harrison Murray Estate Agency (part of The Nottingham).

The schools benefitted following a competition that saw youngsters from both schools design colourful estate agency For Sale signs.

The winning entry was turned into a real For Sale board and for every vendor who chose it instead of a generic sign to advertise their property being on the market, each school received £25 from Harrison Murray Estate Agency.

Property sales manager Alan Cave said: “We’ve been running this competition for over a year now and previously presented each school with £400 so it was fantastic to return with even bigger cheques this time around.”

Both schools chose to buy new playground equipment with the money.