Reprieved from closure

2nd December 2005 at 00:00
Councillors in Swansea look set to reprieve a closure-threatened secondary school. Dylan Thomas was expected to close, with pupils transferring to Bishop Gore school. But Cabinet member Mike Day said a proposed two-year transition phase would cause too much disruption to their education.

Further consultations on surplus places are planned.

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