Head teacher retires after 34 years
The head of Bishop Sutton and Stanton Drew primary schools has retired after 34 years of teaching.
Lynda Bills, said she wanted to "spend more time with my family and friends and start a new chapter in my life".
Her husband Mark is already retired and she is looking forward to travelling, painting and gardening.
The two schools, which joined each other as a federation in 2007, have both been judged outstanding by Ofsted.
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Mrs Bills said: "I know I will greatly miss the children who have been a pleasure to teach and who have kept me smiling over the years.
"I will also miss my colleagues and it has been a privilege to work with so many gifted, talented and hardworking people."
She said the new head, Miriam Frederickson from Hereford, would have the support of "an excellent team of governors and a hardworking group of parents".