Decision expected over future of Cwmcarn High School

The school closed in October after a report found asbestos at the site Credit: ITV News

A decision is expected later over the future of Cwmcarn High School. Caerphilly County Borough council will hold a special meeting to consider whether the school can be kept open.

The school was temporarily closed in October 2012 after a report found high levels of asbestos there.

A recent survey recommended removing the asbestos and further work to make the school safe. This would cost around £1million.

The school and the governing body say they want to proceed with the work to keep the school open, but that the Councillors will consider a range of other options later today.

Read more: Cwmcarn School closed over asbestos concerns

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