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7th December 2018
Share your thoughts on Leckhampton School plans

Gloucestershire County Council: Community invited to view designs for school expansion

Following the County Council’s decision to approve the expansion of Leckhampton C of E Primary School securing an additional 210 much needed school places for local children, parents and the local community are invited to take a look at initial options for how the expansion project could be provided on the school site and share their thoughts.

Officers from Gloucestershire County Council and members of the design team, together with governors and the senior leadership team of the school will be available to share initial designs and site layout. Feedback from parents and local residents about the plans is welcomed. The session will take place on Thursday 13 December between 3.30pm and 7.00pm.

A further meeting to share any updated plans ahead of the scheme being submitted for planning permission, is scheduled for Wednesday 30 January between 3.30pm and 7.00pm.

If you would like to be kept up to date with developments, the school has created a section on their website which will include copies of communications shared with parents.

You can access it at:

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