Fire-hit school to re-open next Monday

IAN CLARKE A village school which suffered thousands of pounds of damage in a suspected arson attack is due to re-open next Monday.Barnham Broom Primary School was hit by the blaze on Thursday night and such was the smoke damage special equipment had to be used to clear it.

IAN CLARKE

A village school which suffered thousands of pounds of damage in a suspected arson attack is due to re-open next Monday.

Barnham Broom Primary School was hit by the blaze on Thursday night and such was the smoke damage special equipment had to be used to clear it.

It recently undergone a series of improvements and the start of the new term has been delayed to allow the clear up to continue.


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Police and fire investigators are continuing to search for clues.

A police spokesman said: “We are investigating a suspicious fire and two computer towers that were also stolen in the incident.

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“We are appealing for witnesses to call Bethel Street CID on 0845 4564567 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.”

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