Second bomb warning to Rossett Acre Primary School

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For the second day,  a bomb warning has been received by Rossett Acre Primary School in Harrogate (29 May 2012).

The children were evacuated to the playground at around 9:15am and parents were asked to collect them.

A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said:

We were called at 8.25am on Tuesday 29 May 2012, to reports of a security alert at Rossett Acre primary school.

Officers from North Yorkshire Police fully assessed the situation and there is no threat to pupils and staff at the school.


A spokesperson for North Yorkshire County Council said:

Rossett Acre Primary School in Harrogate has been closed for a second time today following the receipt of a second malicious communication.

Children were not allowed into the school on arrival and were subsequently sent home by the headteacher.

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