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Bakery comes up with the dough; LEE BANK.

A HOMEWORK club at a Lee Bank school has been able to get off the ground earlier than planned thanks to a local bakery.

The Wednesbury branch of Warburtons has donated pounds 150 to St Thomas Church of England Primary School in Attwood Green.

It will be used for an interactive language computer programme for the after-school club. The club opened two weeks ago - a term ahead of schedule - and is proving popular with nearly 20 children every Tuesday afternoon.

Warburtons gave the money as part of its Community Commitment programme.

The club is a new addition to the after-school activity curriculum and the computer programme offers pupils the chance to develop their knowledge of French culture while learning about another language. Headmaster Keith Fisher said: "Warburtons' donation has enabled our after-school club to start a term before planned
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