Maidenhill's £3.8 million makeover is complete

Stroud News and Journal: Maidenhill School headteacher Pam Wilson and Year 7 pupils celebrate the completion of a £3.8 million transformation to their school. The huge internal and external makeover has taken 18 months to complete Maidenhill School headteacher Pam Wilson and Year 7 pupils celebrate the completion of a £3.8 million transformation to their school. The huge internal and external makeover has taken 18 months to complete

AFTER 18 months of building work Maidenhill School’s £3.8 million refurbishment is now complete.

The school in King’s Road, Stonehouse, has seen a massive transformation both inside and out since work began in April 2012.

As well as the aesthetically pleasing external makeover pupils and staff have also benefited from a brand new learning resource centre.

The Stonehouse community is invited to view the finished refurbishments between 6pm and 8pm tomorrow, Thursday.

Headteacher Pam Wilson said: “We look forward to welcoming the local community and former members of our school community.”

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