THREE schools in Flintshire could remain closed on Monday after damage caused by Storm Babet. 

The storm hit the county hard on Friday, with 52 schools closing in total due to the weather. 

While the weather warning ended early on Saturday morning (October 21), flooding remained across the county with several roads still closed. 

In an update provided by the council this evening, three schools in Flintshire have been affected by flood damage and plans are being put together ahead of Monday. 

Those schools are Broughton CP, Mold Alun High School and Ysgol Maes Garmon. 


The local authority confirmed that school transport is unaffected and will resume as normal on Monday. 

A Flintshire County Council spokesperson said: "School Transport for Monday 23 October is largely unaffected and will go ahead as normal. 

"There are 3 schools that are currently affected by flood damage: Broughton CP, Mold Alun High School and Ysgol Maes Garmon.

"Local arrangements by Headteachers are being made and parents will be informed directly."