Pupils in Denbigh try to save school

16 July 2013, 05:00

Pupils at St Brigid's in Denbigh are fighting to keep their school where it is.

Denbighshire County Council are looking at merging the school with another in Rhyl, something which pupils are parents aren't happy with.

They've put together a video which in just three days has received 6000 views on YouTube.

The council are currently undertaking a consultation on the proposals for the faith schools in the north of the county which would see St Brigid's merged with Blessed Edward Jones Catholic High School in Rhyl next year, before moving into a new school building five years later.

Seren Evans, 9, is the star of the film: "it shows and empty school with people appearing, but then disappearing."

She told Heart how important her school is to her: "it's very important because I love my school and I love everyone in it."

The consultation ends on Monday 22nd July 2013.

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