Wisbech school closed until Monday with heating problems - and snow is still forecast
A WISBECH primary school will be closed until Monday (January 11) because of continuing problems with its heating system. St Peter s Junior School was one of six in the area forced to close because of heating problems. The College of West Anglia campus ha
A WISBECH primary school will be closed until Monday (January 11) because of continuing problems with its heating system.
St Peter's Junior School was one of six in the area forced to close because of heating problems.
The College of West Anglia Isle Campus in Wisbech has also not reopened after the Christmas break because of the same problem and will remain closed tomorrow (Thursday). A decision on whether the college will open on Friday will be made tomorrow.
Guyhirn Primary School closed its doors after lunch.
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Mobile library services in Fenland were also disrupted and could be again tomorrow (Thursday) if the wintry conditions continue. The next visit for Thorney Toll, Wisbech, Friday Bridge, Elm and Coldham will be on January 20.
Weather forecasters are predicting snow showers for tomorrow and motorists are being warned of icy conditions on the roads for tonight's drive home as temperatures take a dip once more.
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Cambridgeshire County Council is keeping a careful watch on the weather to ensure that roads are gritted. The council has around seven day's supply left and more is on order.
Some areas have found supplies being rationed as they are diverted north to hardest hit areas of the country.