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The Education Act in Flintshire.


The Education Act in Flint- shire. CO-OPTED MEMBERS. On Wednesday at Mold a special meeting of the County Council was held to make arrange- ments for constituting a permanent educa- tion committee and to consider other details connected with educational work in the county. Mr P P Pennant presided, and there was a very larg attendance of members. The Clerk (Mr R Bromley) read the lists of nominations of outside representatives to act on the Education Committee, and the following were appointed :—To represent the elementary teachers, Mr T H Haswell, Shotton, and Mr Pierce, Holywell to represent the secondary teachers, Mr J C Davies, Holywell; to represent the intermediate school districts, the Rev R Jones (Hawarden), the Rev Dr Oliyer (Holy- well), Mrs Edwards (Mold), Mrs Everatt (Rhyl), and Mr Peter Roberts (St Asaph). The appointment of a representative for the Maelor district was deferred until the 9th December, when the quarterly meeting of the County Council will be held. The follow- ing lady members were elected on the Educa- tion Committee :—Mrs Muspratt (Rhyl) and Mrs Williams (Flint). Arrangements were made for the holding of the first meeting of the Education Committee at an early date. Mr Muspratt asked whether the County Governing Body would cease to exist on the 31st December.—The Chairman said this was a question that might be considered at the first meeting of the Education Committee.—Mr Thomas Parry asked whether there would not be changes in regard to the various local gover- ning bodies. —Mr Lewis explained that the position of the local bodies was entirely differ- ent from that of the county body in regard to secondary education. At present, however, the local governing bodies would continue in office as heretofore.



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Prestatyn Urban District Council.


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