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The barriers go up at the Alport School

Previously due to start on Monday 30th October, we are at last seeing some action on the extension to the Malpas Alport School.

Security fencing is being erected today to secure a working compound around the Old School House.

This will allow the demolition to start next Monday and is expected to take a week to complete, after which work on the new build can proceed.

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