The Liverpool Echo has the article on its website – see link below:-
Lydiate Parish Council was briefed on the problems facing the School at it’s meeting last night by School Governors.
We were shown photos of problematic parts of the 1953 constructed building and pieces of concrete which came off it during a very recent investigation into its condition.
The Parish Council is supportive of the decision of the Governors to close the school building pending a more detailed inspection of it as clearly the safety of the children, teachers and anyone using the building has to be the major priority.
We were also told at the PC meeting that accommodation has now been found within Maghull High School for the 300 children currently attending Lydiate Primary.
The next few weeks will clearly be important in establishing the extent of the safety issues affecting the school building, so at present it hard to say how long it will be out of use.
Lydiate Parish Council’s ability to help the school address its building issues is quite limited but I’m sure we will try to help lobby the powers that be to take action when asked to do so. We have offered the meeting room in the Village Centre for the school’s use should that be of help to them.