School forced to close for health and safety reasons due to raw sewage leak
A school in Hertfordshire has been forced to close due to a raw sewage leak.
Broom Barns Primary School in Stevenage informed parents and staff this morning (Thursday, November 14) that the school would be closed for the day.
The school’s toilets are unable to flush and they are also unable to use the sinks.
As a result the school has had to shut for health and safety reasons.
The school have also tweeted the information on their profile.
They said: Broom Barns is closed today and tomorrow due to a raw sewage leak.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused but this is a health and safety issue.”
Previously it had been publicised that the school had closed due to bad weather, but it has now been confirmed that the sewage leak is behind the closure.
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