Top Liverpool school closes kitchen after evidence of MOUSE DROPPINGS found



One of Liverpool’s most prestigious schools has closed a kitchen after mouse droppings were found.
Liverpool College confirmed it had closed a kitchen after “evidence of a mouse or mice” had been found, last week.
The closure came after an inspection by Environmental Health and a Liverpool council spokesman confirmed the college “voluntarily closed the facility” while issues which had been identified were addressed.
In a statement, Principal Hans Broekman said there had been an “increase in mice” on the college grounds, on Queens Drive in Mossley Hill.
He added: “We have seen an increase in... read more

 
3 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 35
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