Schools cash injection speeded up

PUBLISHED: 05:17 29 December 2006 | UPDATED: 19:53 01 June 2010

SECONDARY and special schools in Fenland will get a £100 million package of improvements much sooner than expected. Cambridgeshire County Council, with the backing of the schools concerned, Fenland District Council and The College of West Anglia, has won

SECONDARY and special schools in Fenland will get a £100 million package of improvements much sooner than expected.

Cambridgeshire County Council, with the backing of the schools concerned, Fenland District Council and The College of West Anglia, has won its case to enable the Fenland scheme to start the planning phase in January, rather than waiting for up to another 18 months.


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