22 July 2020

LINLEY & Simpson have partnered with Long Marston Primary School in Wetherby as part of their community initiative for 2020.

Linley & Simpson has donated £250 to the school to cover the cost of a visit to York Art Gallery for the children with access to workshops included. Louise Flatters, Headteacher of the school says, "Long Marston CE Primary School was delighted to be successful in our application to the community partnership fund hosted by Linley & Simpson. As a small school we are very excited to be able to use this funding to allow us to take the whole school on a visit to York Art Gallery, which will be a key part of our planned Art week in school.  As part of our visit, all the children will have the chance to participate in art workshops as well as a tour of the gallery and exhibitions.  Originally planned for summer term 2020, we look forward to rearranging this visit in the new school year.  Huge thanks to Linley and Simpson for this scheme, which will make such a big difference to all our children."



Emily Wilkinson, Branch Manager of Linley & Simpson's Wetherby branch, says, "We are committed to giving back to local schools in our area and we're excited to work with Long Marston Primary School further by getting involved with as many opportunities to support them as possible."


The school will also benefit from Linley & Simpson's Give Back Scheme, where the business will donate £250 to the school when someone lets or sells a property through them and is associated with the school.   

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