HC Deb 25 June 1953 vol 516 cc166-7W
83. Mr. Donnelly

asked the Minister of Education whether, in view of the state of many Pembrokeshire schools, she will reconsider her decision to limit the minor works programme in schools in that county to £9,000.

Miss Horsbrugh

No. The Pembrokeshire local education authority's allocation for minor capital projects is £9,816, which I am satisfied, on the information given me by the authority, will enable them to carry out all the projects they wish to undertake this year.

84. Mr. Donnelly

asked the Minister of Education if she will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT a list of local education authorities in Wales which have been limited by her Department in their minor works programmes; and if she will state the ceiling figures in each case.

Miss Horsbrugh

Allocations for minor building works have been made to all Welsh local education authorities. The allocations for this year are as follows:

Authority. Allocation.
Anglesey 11,500
Brecon 6,345
Caernarvon 16,390
Cardigan 12,715
Carmarthen 25,315
Denbigh 30,007
Flint 13,105
Glamorgan 69,500
Merioneth 13,994
Monmouth 51,336
Montgomery 11,527
Pembroke 9,816
Radnor 2,570
Cardiff 20,046
Merthyr Tydfil 5,549
Newport 12,508
Swansea 23,745