Coronavirus: Schools face losses for cancelled trips

The BBC reports …

Some schools in Northern Ireland face losing thousands of pounds paid for trips cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. One school which cancelled a trip just before the UK lockdown on 23 March had paid around £18,000. Another has already paid £12,000 for a trip due to take place in June.

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