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HORNSEY

Miss the Point—Refuse—Offer Facilities

The Hornsey Education Committee, at a Meeting held on Tuesday of last week, rejected a proposal for a new Catholic elementary school in the borough, to serve Hornsey and Wood Green. It was stated that the committee would be only too happy to grant facilities for religious training within their powers, and allow Catholic children to be withdrawn for periods of religious instruction.

Mr. W. K. Wall, the only Catholic on the Hornsey Borough Council, who moved an amendment when the decision of the Education Committee was brought before the Council on Monday last, will explain the whole situation at length in next week's issue of the CATHOLIC HERALD.




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