Meeting over new secondary school plans tonight

PUBLISHED: 12:03 09 February 2011 | UPDATED: 17:37 09 February 2011

An area of land off Mardlebury Road in Woolmer Green - one of the sites being proposed by WNAS as a potential location for a new secondary school.

An area of land off Mardlebury Road in Woolmer Green - one of the sites being proposed by WNAS as a potential location for a new secondary school.

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A PUBLIC meeting is being held tonight (Wednesday) over controversial plans to build a new secondary school in Times Territory.

Members of the Save Woolmer Green Campaign (SWGC) will be making a presentation outlining their concerns over proposals by the We Need A School campaign (WNAS) to build a secondary school in the village.

Education Secretary Michael Gove has given approval for WNAS to develop a business plan for its vision of a school for children living in Knebworth, Woolmer Green, Oaklands, Welwyn and Codicote – although a site has yet to be found.

Several locations have been identified, including Woolmer Green.

The meeting will be held at 7.30pm at Woolmer Green Village Hall in Hall Lane.


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