Wenlock students support our NHS

Hearing about the shortage of essential PPE  needed for NHS Staff and care home workers, students at William Brookes School have come to the rescue.  After a request from  NHS  Staffordshire, teacher Mr Colburn set up a production line to make protective visors and  students put their skills into practice and helped.

The first batch of visors were delivered to three local care homes and following the success of the first batch they have continued making and delivering the visors to assist those who need it in the local community.



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