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Coronavirus: School donates science goggles to Grantham Hospital




A Grantham secondary school have delivered more than 100 pairs of safety goggles to Grantham Hospital for staff to use during the coronavirus crisis.

Staff at Walton Academy, in Kitty Briggs Lane, off Harlaxton Road, handed over the supplies in response to a national appeal for equipment to help hospitals cope with the coronavirus pandemic.

The goggles are normally used in science and D&T lessons but as the urgent need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for NHS staff grows, the academy felt they could be better used to support efforts in the community to protect NHS staff.


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