Church support for troubled educational institutions
AT a recent meeting of the Wisbech Church Together, concern was expressed about the difficulties being experienced at the Queen s School. It was unanimously agreed that, in my capacity as chairman of Church Together, I should write expressing our solidari
AT a recent meeting of the Wisbech Church Together, concern was expressed about the difficulties being experienced at the Queen's School. It was unanimously agreed that, in my capacity as chairman of Church Together, I should write expressing our solidarity with the pupils, parents and staff.
We are guardedly hopeful that the steps put in place by the authorities will ensure that the long-standing difficulties have now been seriously addressed so that we shall all have a community facility that we are proud of.
The fate of the Queen's impinges on us all. The future well-being of the town and its villages rests in large part on whether things are put right.
I would like also to express our solidarity with the staff at the Isle College. They also are facing massive change which can be formidable and even frightening.
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The churches of the area stand ready to offer whatever assistance we can.
THE REV HARRY WOOD
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