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Hundreds of people in Cwmbran took part in a fun run this morning to raise money for a school devastated by fire on New Year's Day.
Police are still appealing for information about the blaze at Coed Eva Primary. Nicola Hendy reports.
A group of children from Cwmbran have finally been able to go back into the classroom today for the first time since part of their school was destroyed by a fire on New Year's Day.
More than 500 pupils from the Coed Eva Primary School were forced to take an extra week off after the blaze gutted the building.
Extra classrooms have now been set up thanks to space in the junior school.
Our Education Reporter Megan Boot was there for the first day back.
A school in Cwmbran hit by an alleged arson attack on New Year's Day is set to reopen to pupils on Monday.
Staff at Coed Eva Primary School in Cwmbran say that following the complete destruction of the infants building, the school’s recovery is now in full swing. Nursery pupils are expected to be able to return on the 25th January.
Five teenagers - three aged 14, one 15 and one 18 - and a 21-year-old man have all been arrested on suspicion of arson and bailed pending further enquiries.
Local communities and businesses in Cwmbran have begun raising money for a school destroyed by fire on New Year's day.
The infants and nursery school building at Coed Eva Primary was burnt down in the blaze.
A local cafe and parents started rallying around yesterday and have raised over £5,000 in two days.
A 5km fun run has also been arranged by a group of parents with all funds going to the school's PTA.
Police investigating the fire have arrested and bailed four people.
Kelly Bradnick reports.
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