Parents of children at a Pontypool school are angry at proposals to build an opencast mine within a hundred metres of it. Plans were originally refused by Torfaen Council but the Welsh Government has said they are considering Glamorgan Power's appeal to the decision.
Parents say it'll be harmful on their children to have a working mine so close, but not everyone in the area agrees.
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