HC Deb 06 August 1902 vol 112 cc777-8
MR. LLOYD MORGAN (Carmarthen, W.)

To ask the Vice President of the Committee of Council on Education whether he is aware that no Government grant is promised or will be paid in respect of the school at Mydrim, Carmarthenshire; that the school is only kept open by the teachers on their own responsibility; and that the trustees have the power to close the school whenever they please; and whether, taking into consideration the considerable distance between Mydrim and Bankyfelin and the fact that the Education Bill does not come into force until the 29th day of March, 1903, he will reconsider the question of providing during the winter months school accommodation for Mydrim.

(Answered by Secretary Lord George Hamilton). The possible deficiency of school accommodation in Mydrim shall be carefully watched.