Plea for new school building

PUPILS in Weston are suffering in a school with leaky roofs, windows that don t close and going to class in a building unfit for purpose .

PUPILS in Weston are suffering in a school with leaky roofs, windows that don't close and going to class in a building 'unfit for purpose'.

A Walliscote Primary School governor made an urgent plea to North Somerset Council for a new building for the school at a full council meeting on Tuesday.

The Grade II listed building in Walliscote Road is more than 100 years old and has already had thousands of pounds spent on maintenance work on the roof over the summer holidays, but it still leaks.

For more on this story see this week's Weston & Somerset Mercury.


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