Dispute at Limerick school ends

Friday 23 November 2012 00.32
Parents arrived at the school and are preventing a number of sub-contractor vans from leaving (Pic: Grey Heron Media)
Parents arrived at the school and are preventing a number of sub-contractor vans from leaving (Pic: Grey Heron Media)

The dispute at a school in Co Limerick has been resolved. Equipment that was removed from the Kilfinane National School has been returned.

Sub contractors who had removed equipment from the school earlier this afternoon, agreed to unload the equipment from their vans and return it to the school.

The school successfully sought an injunction preventing them from removing the equipment or trespassing on the school grounds.

Parents had earlier blocked the school exit preventing them leaving

They had removed fire doors, class partition doors and other fittings from the school because they claim they had not neen paid for their work at the school.

The dispute ended on foot of the injunction and after commitments on payment from the main contractor.

Earlier, over 50 parents had gathered at the school.