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Uri Geller backs fight to stop school near phone mast

CARNWADRIC PRIMARY SCHOOL where mums staged a sit-in protest overnight last month.

URI GELLER is supporting the campaign

WORLD famous psychic Uri Geller is backing Glasgow parents in their fight to stop a school being built near a mobile phone mast.

Uri, who shot to fame in the 1970s by using mindpower to bend spoons, is supporting campaigners from Carnwadric in their bid to save a local primary school.

Parents are furious Carnwadric and Arden primaries are to be merged at a new 360-pupil school in Arden just a few hundred yards from a mobile phone mast and near the busy M77.

It will also mean a longer journey to school for Carnwadric kids.

Carnwadric parents Pauline Gilgallon, May Porter, Debbi Black, Lynn Wright, Donna Cannon and Liz Davidson are opposing plans to build the school near the mast.

And Uri, who believes phone masts are "devastatingly dangerous", is backing their campaign.

He told the Evening Times: "It's outrageous. I certainly wouldn't build a school near a mast.

"They should move the proposed school or mast to another site. The parents in Carnwadric can count on my voice.

"I'll do anything in my capacity to stop masts being installed near schools or schools built near masts.

"To all the parents in Carnwadric, I say 'Good for you for standing up' and I hope they'll succeed in having the school built elsewhere."

The protesters hope the celebrity's high-profile and strong views will strengthen their fight to have the mast moved or a new site found for the school.

School board chairwoman Pauline Gilgallon - whose daughters Bronwyn, 10, Charlotte, 8, and Romy, 7, attend Carnwadric - said: "The world we're living in is so celebrity-driven we contacted Uri because of his stance against phone masts.

"I'm glad he's willing to speak out on our behalf and has taken an interest in our campaign.

"We'll be doing everything we can to stop the school being built there."

Last summer, Uri was involved in a similar campaign in Harrogate, Yorkshire, where parents had opposed a mast being put up near three schools.

Last month the proposed closure of Carnwadric primary led to 25 mums staging an all-night sit-in protest in the school hall.

Councillors last week backed the closure plans, which also affect dozens of other city schools.


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