Carbrooke School Bus

10th February 2020

Rural areas are different – often requiring innovative solutions to very tricky challenges.

But is it really okay for primary school children to walk three miles to school via muddy footpaths and a white line on the road?

That’s why I was delighted to swing by Carbrooke on Friday to catch up with Cllr Claire Bowes and Cllr Helen Crane about this issue. I look forward to working with them on this – and to meeting with the Parish Council later in the month to discuss the situation in even greater depth.

George Freeman MP with Cllr Claire Bowes and Cllr Helen Crane

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