Artistic youngsters help open £7 million centre

Healthy smiles: Rowena Nursery School pupils joined David Liggins and Roger Greenwood, opening the Stone Castle Centre.

Healthy smiles: Rowena Nursery School pupils joined David Liggins and Roger Greenwood, opening the Stone Castle Centre.

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YOUNGSTERS from Rowena Infant School’s nursery helped open Doncaster’s latest £7 million health centre.

Pupils joined Roger Greenwood, chairman of NHS Doncaster, and David Liggins, chairman of Doncaster Community Solutions, the private sector company responsible for building the new Stone Castle Centre, to officially open the facility.

Children at the nursery have provided artwork displayed on the walls of the centre, which is the eighth new health centre to be built in the last five years though an NHS initiative that has brought together public and private sector organisations.

Mr Greenwood said: “The Stone Castle Centre is the modern face of the NHS in Conisbrough.”

The building is on the site of the former Conisbrough Health Centre on Gardens Lane and is now home to the village’s two family doctor practices.