Welsh school plan

23rd November 2007 at 00:00
A new Welsh-medium primary school has been proposed in Newport by the city's council in response to parental demand. The primary, which will be created at a temporary location at the former site of St David Lewis RC Primary School, will be only the second in the Anglicised city if given the go-ahead. It is hoped the school will open with a nursery, reception and Year-1 class next September following negotiations with the Archdiocese Commission for Schools, which owns the land.

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