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Mile Oak Primary School in Portslade unveils walk of fame for bookworms
11:30am Thursday 25th July 2013 in News
Keen bookworms have been added to a special reading wall of fame to recognise their literary efforts.
The names of selected children from year six at Mile Oak Primary School in Portslade who have significantly contributed to the development of the school reading culture in their time at the school, are added to the pavement walkway each year.
This year Cerys Philips, Indiana Descombes, Ellie Descombes, Caitlyn Wykes and Olivia Gaffney have all been added to the Children’s Reading Wall of Fame.
The pavement has been carved out of honed chivakaski granite by Gary Boxall from Artists in Stone, who is well known for producing the Brighton Walk of Fame at Brighton Marina.
The idea was developed with the help of David Courtney and his wife, Manon, who also established the walk of fame at Brighton Marina.
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