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School classroom bid wins support

PUBLISHED: 10:09 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 14:56 07 July 2010

A Dereham school which wants to replace an old mobile with a new brick classroom has been supported by town councillors.

An old sycamore tree will have to be removed to make way for the new room and councillors suggested some new trees should be planted in Vicarage Meadows.

A Dereham school which wants to replace an old mobile with a new brick classroom has been supported by town councillors.

An old sycamore tree will have to be removed to make way for the new room and councillors suggested some new trees should be planted in Vicarage Meadows.

Town councillors have also supported plans at Grove House Infant School replace single glazed crittal style windows with uPVC double glazed windows. They suggested small profile uPVC should be used.

Breckland Council will decide whether to give planning permission on both schemes.


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