Insurers honoured after flood

13th December 2002 at 00:00
A SCHOOL that suffered extensive flood damage has named its replacement new building "Ecclesiastical House" after the insurance company which footed the bill. Mayville high, an independent co-educational day school in Southsea, Hampshire, faced financial ruin when half its classrooms were left knee-deep in sewage in September 2000. Prompt help and an interim cash payment of pound;50,000 from Ecclesiastical Insurance meant only five days of school were lost.

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