Bellingham family's search for special needs school

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Bellingham family's search for special needs school

A family from Bellingham are struggling to find a new school for their autistic twins after the only one nearby that could cater for their needs went into administration.

The Royal Deaf School Margate school in Kent is one of few in the south east which supports children with speech, hearing, and learning difficulties.

We've sub-titled the following story on the request of the family and the British Deaf Association who are campaigning to save the school.

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