Primary parents refused admission to a meeting
DUNSWELL Primary School parents, who are fighting the threat of closure of their school in July next year, were refused admission to a meeting on the issue.
About a dozen parents were refused entry to talks at Woodmansey Primary, where Dunswell pupils could be transferred.
Dunswell parent Richard McWatt said: "I think the council wants to divide and conquer. They are trying to divide the communities so it's a them and us situation."
A council spokesman said: "The governors of Woodmansey Primary School called a meeting with the staff and parents of Woodmansey School to consider the implications for their school should the closure of Dunswell School go ahead.
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"It was not an open meeting, however the headteacher and chair of governors agreed that a representative from the Dunswell School group should be allowed to stay and contribute to the discussion."
A further meeting for all parents, staff, governors and interested parties has been arranged for Thursday, March 14, 6pm, at Dunswell Village Hall.