Peter Wilson opens Lytchett Minster school arts centre

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Olympic gold medallist Peter Wilson has officially opened a new facility at a Dorset school - weeks after its arts centre was destroyed by fire.

A blaze gutted the multi-million pound creative arts block at Lytchett Minster Upper School, near Poole, in December.

The new temporary building, which previously formed part of the athletes' village during London 2012, was constructed at the school in 45 days.

Wilson, of Glanvilles Wootton, won the men's double trap final at the Games.

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