Plans for proposed school in Tenby on show today
9:46am Monday 21st October 2013 in News
Plans for Tenby's proposed new English-medium primary school can be seen from later on today.
Councillors and members of Pembrokeshire County Council's design team will be at the first of two drop-in sessions at Tenby Leisure Centre between 6pm and 8pm where people will be given the opportunity to discuss the plans.
The authority want to built a new combined infants and junior school on land at Heywood Lane, adjacent to the existing Tenby Junior School. This building would then house a new Welsh-medium primary school.
There will be another drop-in session between 6pm and 8pm tomorrow (Tuesday), and the plans can be viewed at the leisure centre until Sunday.
A Pembrokeshire County Council spokesman said: "The responses to the consultation will be taken on board by the authority, and a planning application will be submitted to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in due course."
*The deadline for viewing the proposals has been extended to November 3
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