Barrow Island primary school's £3.5m revamp complete

Barrow Island Primary School Barrow Island Primary School's Victorian buildings have been modernised

A £3.5m refurbishment at a primary school in Cumbria has been completed.

Barrow Island Primary School on Trinity Street, has had a new roof, floors, lighting and heating installed to modernise the interior of the Victorian building.

The development is part of £12.8m of investment in three schools in Barrow, including St George's C of E and Vickerstown.

Head teacher Janet Dixon, said everyone was excited about the improvements.

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