Arson brings extra week's holiday

26th August 2005 at 01:00
Pupils at a comprehensive school are getting an extra week's holiday because of arsonists. A fire at Rhyl high school in north Wales earlier this month badly damaged a teaching block. Pupils will now go back on September 12, when 22 temporary classrooms will be in place. A police investigation continues.

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