Last attempt to save the Musley School for the community
Published:6 Jun 2012
Over the past 8 years, residents and councillors have been dismayed to see the once pretty little Musley School fall into disrepair.
After failed promises from the The Ware Grammar School Endowment Trust Fund and Hertfordshire County Council, a new plan is being presented to possibly take over the management of the building.
A public meeting has been called to raise interest in creating a "Friends of Musley School" group.
The aim of the meeting would be to discuss how such a group could acquire, restore and administer the Musley School building for community use.
The project would require funding so fundraising ideas would also be welcomed.
If you would like to be involved in this new group, residents, business owners and donors are invited to a public meeting on Thursday 14th June, 7.30pm at The Priory (Main Hall).
The meeting will be jointly chaired by Cllrs John Wing and Malcolm Alexander The Trinity Ward District Councillors.
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