Burrowmoor Primary School benefits from generous high visibility jacket gift from March estate agency Haart

14:31 06 June 2014

Children show off their high visibility jackets.

Children show off their high visibility jackets.

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An estate agency is doing its bit to keep young children safe by donating more than 100 high visibility jackets to a primary school.

Haart Estate Agents, of March, presented the jackets, which will be worn on school trips, to children at Burrowmoor Primary School yesterday.

The school’s financial administrator Sarah Timbrell said: “Haart approached us and said they had some jackets we could use.

“We’ve spoken to the children in assembly and they have been told to wear the jackets when they are walking around town or on school trips.

“We quite often go to London. We’ve seen Harry Potter and the Lion King so, in the future, they would wear the jackets out of the theatre.”

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