Sewage problems at local school have been resolved

Parents are breathing a sigh of relief as works to resolve a sewage problem have been carried out at a local school for children with autism.

A number of weeks ago the yard of Saplings School in Carlow was flooded with traces of human waste in the water.

Dr Ronan Gallagher who is president of Carlow’s Lions Club told KCLR that they donated €5,000 to carry out the necessary works.