A COMPUTER learning facility has run up debts totalling £60,000.
The No Limits IT centre in Malpas is about to be taken over by Bishop Heber High School, where it is based, to move the project forward.
Deputy headteacher Mike Ridley-Thomas told Malpas Parish Council the school was taking over the management of the centre and the employment of its staff.
However, Cheshire County Council had agreed to take on the debt.
Receptions for the school, library and No Limits have been merged into one and one member of staff has been made redundant.
Full story in Friday’s Country edition of The Chronicle.