College open again after heating fault

SUFFOLK New College was back up and running today after it was forced to close due to a heating fault.

Simon Tomlinson

SUFFOLK New College was back up and running today after it was forced to close due to a heating fault.

Students were sent away yesterday - the first day of the new term - because the classrooms were not warm enough.

Engineers worked to fix valves in the heating system, which supplies the college's new �40million building in Rope Walk.

Tracey Bailey, director of communications at Suffolk New College, said the college texted all the students to warn them of the closure.