HC Deb 14 March 1904 vol 131 cc981-2

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Board of Education whether any decision has been arrived at in regard to the representations and objections addressed to the Board by the Parish Council and inhabitants interested in the Glyn Traian Pontfadog National School, Denbighshire, relative to the draft Final Order in the case of such school; and whether the Board will order a local inquiry to be held before finally settling any scheme for the appointment of foundation managers for such school.


The application on which the draft Final Order was prepared only mentioned one trust deed, and the Board had no knowledge of any other. It has now been ascertained that there are two trust deeds for the school one of a very strict Church of England character, the other of a more liberal character. The observations which persons in the locality have submitted to the Board are now under consideration, and the Board will direct a local inquiry if they are satisfied that it is necessary or desirable.