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More than fifty parents - and over twenty children - have been protesting outside a Gwynedd school this morning worried about its condition.
The County Council has closed parts of Ysgol Groeslon, near Caernarfon, for safety reasons, with some classes are taught in the hall.
The council says it sympathises with parents.
A group of parents in Gwynedd are keeping their children away from Ysgol Groeslon for the day to stage a protest at the condition of the school.
Gwynedd County Council has had to condemn parts of the building, which means that some classes will have to be taught - possibly at the same time - in the school hall.
The council says the move to the hall is an interim measure until a 'temporary classroom unit' for Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 pupils is installed in two weeks time.
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Some parents in Gwynedd kept their children away from Ysgol Groeslon today to stage a protest at the condition of the school.