Cardiff North AM Julie Morgan has backed the campaign to stop a Llandaff North school being deomlished.
In a letter in the South Wales Echo she declares the destruction of the former Hawthorn Junior School would be an “irreplaceable loss on so many levels.”
The former Labour MP writes: “Knowing Llandaff North and its residents as I do, I know how important this building is to the people of the area and I call upon Cardiff council to explore every option to find an alternative to demolishing the building.
“I know that campaigners and residents are working really hard to save the building. Many residents went to school in the building and have very strong ties to it. If taken down, it would be an irreplaceable loss on so many levels – historically, architecturally and socially.”
A number of letters from former pupils and campaigners have also been printed showing the strength of feeling about keeping the school building.
Last month campaigners accused local councillors of ignoring them and demanded the council re-open the bidding process.
Council leader Rodney Berman said they could not re-open the bidding process as it could leave the council open to legal challenges.
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