School is blessed

The Bishop of Hallam, Rt. Rev. John Rawsthorne, visited Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bentley for the official opening of their new entrance. Pictured back l-rJohn Greenwood, headteacher, The Bishop of Hallam, Rt. Rev John Rawsthorne and Father Dennis Norman, chairman of the governors. Front l-r Ruua Ngwerume, three, Chloe Kerrigen, eight, Kyle Clogg, seven, Patrick Parkinson, 11 and Zuzanna Oziemblowska, nine. Picture: Marie Caley D2147MC

The Bishop of Hallam, Rt. Rev. John Rawsthorne, visited Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Bentley for the official opening of their new entrance. Pictured back l-rJohn Greenwood, headteacher, The Bishop of Hallam, Rt. Rev John Rawsthorne and Father Dennis Norman, chairman of the governors. Front l-r Ruua Ngwerume, three, Chloe Kerrigen, eight, Kyle Clogg, seven, Patrick Parkinson, 11 and Zuzanna Oziemblowska, nine. Picture: Marie Caley D2147MC

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THE Bishop of Hallam was the special guest as a school unveiled its new look.

The Rt Rev John Rawsthorne dropped in on youngsters at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Primary School in Finkle Street, Bentley, for the grand opening of its new entrance.

Bishop John blessed the entrance and Fr Dennis Normam, chairman of the governors, also attended the ceremony.

John Greenwood, headteacher, said: “We are all really pleased with the greatly improved facilities that we now have. The building really is something to be proud of now.”