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A school has been forced to close its doors to more than 1,000 pupils today after a fleet of 12 caravans pitched up on its playing fields.
A group of around 30 travellers turned up at Bottisham Village College in Cambridgeshire on Thursday night.
Principal - School - Children - Decision - Advice
The principal of the school for children aged 11 to 16 said he made the decision to close after taking advice from local police.
The travellers were seen chatting, hanging up washing and even playing football on the fields.
Statement - School - Facebook - Page - 'Due
A statement posted by the 1,080-pupil school on its Facebook page reads: 'Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, we regret to inform you that Bottisham Village College will be closed on Friday 15th July and there will be no trips or other activities taking place.
'A large group from the travelling community moved onto parts of the college grounds.
'We - Police - Situation - Circumstances - Choice
'We are working closely with the local police to resolve the situation as swiftly as possible. Given these circumstances, we have no choice but to close the college.'
'For those parents expecting children back from residential trips, we will be in communication with you by 10am to tell you about details concerning collection.
'It is very likely that...
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