West Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper is encouraging pupils and parents to once again make their voices heard in the fight to save Glenburn Sports College.
On Monday 2 March the statutory notice to proceed with the proposal to close the school was published. This triggered a further four week consultation period, which will run until 29 March.
MP Rosie has been campaigning with pupils and parents of the school against the proposed closure.
MP Rosie said:
“It is really disappointing that Lancashire County Council have decided to continue with their proposal to close Glenburn Sports College.
“I still feel very strongly that to close the school is the cheap and easy option. I don’t believe it is the right answer for Skelmersdale’s schoolchildren.
“That is why I am encouraging people to once again make their voices heard during this next consultation.
“Throughout this consultation process I have stood shoulder to shoulder with pupils and parents and will continue to do so.”
Concerned parties can make their views known on the statutory notice for closure by writing to Lancashire County Council. The notice can be viewed at http://bit.ly/GlenburnNotice.
To make comments, pupils and parents can respond by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing (no stamp required) to:
Provision Planning Team,
Directorate for Children and Young People,