Video: Entrepreneurial Louth pupil helps school’s treehouse vision become a reality

A new treehouse has been unveiled at Eastfield Infants School in Louth thanks to an entrepreneurial young pupil.

Charlie Rickell, a school council member, came up with the idea of a pyjama day at the school which raised £248 towards the treehouse which cost £600 overall.

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The money raised helped to fund the overall cost, and now thanks to Louth Interskill and school site manager Mike Gibson, the vision has become a reality.

The treehouse will be used for play activities and den making for the pupils.