One school may be looking for new access to cheap energy after its boiler was damaged at the hands of floods.
Pilton Infant School in Barnstaple was visited by fire crews this morning (April 16th) after receiving reports of flooding, the North Devon Journal reported.
The fire crew discovered that the school's boiler room had been flooded with one metre of water, which caused its heating and power systems to close down.
Firemen used a portable pump to remove the water and the school was later able to switch on its heating and power.
Simon Clift, Pilton's caretaker, told the newspaper that the fire service had done "a fantastic job".
"We're still not sure of the cause but it has all been sorted now," he explained.
"The heating and power are back on and kids will be able to return to school on Monday."
Fortunately, the school was almost empty at the time of the flooding incident due to the Easter holidays.
Elsewhere in the county, Devon 24 reported last month that Exmouth Community College requires essential repairs amounting to £3 million, including a new boiler and heating system.
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