Nearly 30 Huntingdonshire schools close as snow takes hold

09:23 21 January 2013

Children walking to School

Children walking to School

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A NUMBER of schools have fallen victim to the poor weather as snow takes stranglehold over Huntingdonshire.

Brampton Village Primary and Kimbolton schools are still open with Ramsey, Brington Primary School, Bushmead Primary School, Cromwell Park Primary School, Crosshall Infant School, Crosshall Junior School and Earith Primary School indicating they are open.

Other schools that are open are Eastfield Infant and Nursery School, Elsworth Primary School, Eynesbury Primary School, Fenstanton and Hilton Primary School, Great Gidding Primary School, Great Paxton Primary School, Hemingford Grey Primary School, Hinchingbrooke School, Holme Primary School, Holywell Primary School, Huntingdon Nursery School, Huntingdon Primary School, Offord Primary School, Priory Junior School, Priory Junior School, Warboys Primary School, Westfield Junior School, Wheatfields Primary School and Winhills Primary School.

Schools that are closed are:

Abbey College

Abbots Ripton Primary School

Alconbury Primary School

Bury Primary School

County School - Huntingdon Base

Ernulf Academy

Farcet Primary School

Godmanchester Primary School

Great Staughton Primary School

Hartford Infants’ School

Hartford Junior School

Houghton Primary School

Huntingdonshire Regional College

Little Paxton Primary School

Longsands Academy

Pendragon Community Primary School

Ramsey Junior School

Ramsey Spinning Infant School

Sawtry Community College

Sawtry Infants School

Sawtry Junior School

Spaldwick Primary School

Spring Common Special School

St Ivo School

St Peter’s Secondary School, Huntingdon

Thongsley Fields Primary School

St Anne’s Primary School

Upwood Primary School

Wyton on the Hill Primary School

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