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Cookham Dean Church of England Primary School Fete
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Theresa May MP attends Cookham Dean Church of England Primary School Fete

  • 28 Jun 2018

On Saturday 23 June, Theresa visited Cookham Dean CoE Primary School and sat down for a drink and a chat with pupils as part of The Great Get Together.

The initiative aims to honour the life of murdered Labour MP Jo Cox by encouraging people to celebrate what they have in common.

The event raised more than £5000.

Theresa said:

“I had a great time at the Cookham Dean CoE Primary School summer fete and enjoyed talking to the children as part of The Great Get Together.

This is an important initiative taking place right across Britain and a fitting way to remember Jo Cox.”