St Boniface's College bursar Paul Gorman faces fraud charges

The former bursar at a Roman Catholic school in Plymouth has been charged with fraud.

Paul Gorman, of Oak Drive, Crownhill, faces three counts of fraud relating to his work at St Boniface's College.

Mr Gorman, 65, who was arrested earlier this year in connection with alleged financial irregularities at the Manadon campus, is due before Plymouth magistrates on 11 January.

The school, whose origins date back to 1856, is a registered charity.

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