Weather shuts county schools again

PUBLISHED: 11:49 06 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:54 06 May 2010

ABOUT 200 schools across the county closed today due to the weather conditions. Schools shut in St Albans were: Bernards Heath Infants, Bernards Heath Junior , Camp, Cunningham Hill Junior, Fleetville JM, Fleetville Infants, Francis Bacon, Killigrew Pri

ABOUT 200 schools across the county closed today due to the weather conditions.

Schools shut in St Albans were: Bernards Heath Infants, Bernards Heath Junior , Camp, Cunningham Hill Junior, Fleetville JM, Fleetville Infants, Francis Bacon, Killigrew Primary and Nursery, Loreto, Marlborough School, Nicholas Breakspear,Prae Wood, St Albans Girls, Sandringham,

The following schools in Harpenden were closed today: Grove Infants and Nursery, Grove Junior, High Beeches, Manland, Roundwood Park, Sauncey Wood.

In Radlett St John's C of E Infant and Nursery Schools were closed as was London Colney JMI.

Parents are advised to check the Herts County Council web site for updated information.

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