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Beauly Primary School and nursery forced to close for emergency repairs on water mains

By Alasdair Fraser

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Beauly Primary School locator. Picture: James Mackenzie.
Beauly Primary School locator. Picture: James Mackenzie.

Beauly Primary School remains closed today after a water mains issue forced the head teacher to send pupils home on Tuesday.

That left the school and connected nursery without water and washroom facilities.

Head teacher Tracey Fraser-Lee arranged for pupils to be collected by 12.15 pm yesterday, with contractors still on site today to assess damage and carry out emergency repairs, but is

In a message to parents, she wrote: “The contractors are still trying to locate and rectify the issue with the water mains.

“I very much hope school will be open as usual on Thursday 21st December. I will update you with further information regarding this as soon as I am able.

“I can only apologise again for the inconvenience this is causing.”

A Highland Council spokeswoman confirmed: “The issue is with a water mains and the water supply needs to be switched off for the repair to be carried out.”

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