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9 May 2011, 11:09 | Updated: 9 May 2011, 11:33
Plans for a new environmentally-friendly primary school to be built on the edge of Cambridge are going on public display.
There will be enough room for 420 students at the new school, which is going to be built in Trumpington near the Park and Ride site.
It will share a headteacher and governing body with the nearby Fawcett Primary School.
Facilities inside the buildings will use water recycled from rain and heated by the sun.
Natural ventilation and renewable energy devices will also be installed.
The buildings will also be used as a community centre and should be ready to use in September next year.
Anyone wishing to comment on the proposals can comment on them at a public exhibition being run on Monday 16th May between 2pm and 8pm at the Cambridge Professional Development Centre in Foster Road, Trumpington.