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A group of angry Westcountry parents are asking more to join their campaign.
They're upset at the number of 4 year olds in Bristol offered primary school places miles away from their homes.
Around 370 families in Bristol didn't get any of their 3 choices, and the council expects to need 3 thousand more primary school places by 2015.
More than 40 parents went to a public meeting in the city on Monday, and next week 3 of them have arranged to meet a local councillor to talk about what can be done.
If you want to find out more about the campaign you can visit their website at http://southbristolschoolscrisis.blogspot.com/