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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Burst Pipes Floods Schools; Schools Closed

Aylsham High, with around 1,000 pupils on roll, is among four Norfolk schools which will not be opening tomorrow because of problems with burst pipes and flooding.

The school joins George White Junior School, Norwich, St. Faiths CE VC Primary School, Horsham St Faith, and St. Martin At Shouldham CE VA Primary School, near King’s Lynn, on the list of school closures as the spring term begins across Norfolk.

At Aylsham burst pipes on the roof of the main building have left the school without water for toilets or catering.

Workmen had hoped to carry out repairs in time for the start of term tomorrow. Parents have now been told a decision on whether the school can reopen on Thursday will not be made until tomorrow afternoon.

Extensive damage from a burst water main has left George White school without heating or electricity and the phones are not working. Parents have been told to check Norfolk County Council’s school closures website regularly in case the school can be reopened ahead of the current estimate of January 17.

St. Faiths CE VC Primary School is also suffering burst pipes and heating failure. St. Martin’s should re-open on Monday January 10.

Anthony Curton CE VA Primary School, in Walpole St Peter was closed due to flooding today but is due to reopen tomorrow.

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