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Peele Community College in Long Sutton partially closed tomorrow due to bad weather




Long Sutton's Peele Community College will be partially closed tomorrow (Wednesday, June 12) due to extensive flooding.

A notice on the school's website informs it will be closed to pupils in Years 7 to 10, but will be open for all Year 11 to attend their GCSE examinations.

Peele head teacher Jane Moody. (3757398)
Peele head teacher Jane Moody. (3757398)

The reason is due to extensive flooding of the school site and some classrooms, the notice continues. Drains are now also starting to back up and flood the toilet facilities.

Elsewhere in the area, M&Co clothing store in Bridge Street, Spalding, was closed until noon due to flooding at the back of the store.

An electrician had to be called to make the area safe before they could re-open.

Glen Hall, operations director for Parkwood Leisure, which now runs the Castle Sports Centre and swimming pool, shaking hands with Coun Gary Taylor, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Facilities.(7510854)
Glen Hall, operations director for Parkwood Leisure, which now runs the Castle Sports Centre and swimming pool, shaking hands with Coun Gary Taylor, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Facilities.(7510854)

Also, the learner pool at the Castle Sports Centre in Spalding, has been closed for the rest of the day due to water leaking through ceiling tiles and potentially making the area unsafe.

SEE ALSO:

Flooding: 24 residents evacuated from Lyndis Walk sheltered housing in Holbeach after heavy rain

Spalding Primary School closed following heavy rains after drains blocked

Holbeach Town and Country Fayre 2019 cancelled due to heavy rains



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