…de la Daily Post:
Language protesters will picket a meeting to discuss the future of 15 Anglesey schools next week.
There are currently 10 rural schools and five schools in Holyhead under threat of closure under the reorganisation programme.
Public consultations have been held across the island for feedback.
On Monday September 14 the education committee will meet at 2pm to offer its views with every member of the local authority also invited to take part.
The views expressed will then go forward to the executive of Anglesey council.
Cymdeithas Yr Iaith Gymraeg say they will picket the meeting alongside representatives of the schools under threat.
The rural schools listed as under threat of closure or merger are Aberffraw, Bodorgan, Bryngwran, Llandrygarn, Llanddeusant, Llanddona, Ffrwd Win, Cylch y Garn, Talwrn and Ty Mawr.
Holyhead schools under threat are Ysgol y Parc, Llanfawr, Llaingoch, Kingsland and Thomas Ellis.
Osian Roberts, from Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, said: “We will be there to remind councillors of the importance of these schools to their communities....