School has just two pupils

13th October 2006 at 01:00
A local authority is spending more than pound;90,000 a year to keep a school open with two pupils. Cross Inn primary, near Aberaeron, west Wales, was one of five Ceredigion council planned to close this summer. The parents of two girls refused to send them elsewhere. The school had six pupils in January.

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