Llandovery College warden explains debt

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The head of one of Wales' top independent schools has been explaining how the institution will tackle its severe financial problems.

The latest reported accounts published by the Charity Commission show that Llandovery College in Carmarthenshire has debts of more than £2m.

Warden Guy Ayling, who took over three months ago, told BBC Wales' Abigail Neal that college had been hit by a fall in student numbers and possibly over-reaching itself in terms of capital spending over the last few years:

Independent school faces £2m debt

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