The decision to close Nascot Lawn is to be reviewed by the High Court for a second time, it has been announced.
The Herts Valley Clinical Commissioning Group decided to withdraw funding for the vital facility at the end of last year to the fury of parents.
Parent Satnam Kaur, whose daughter Gurpeet relies on the facility, has already stayed there for the last time, it has been revealed.
She said that she and the other users of the centre are hopeful the decision will be reversed.
Satnam commented: “It goes without saying, that we are all extremely happy that the Judge has seen the arguable case and understands the urgency of the case. Most of the Nascot families have now had their only & last one night of respite for January – no others have been scheduled yet. The strain we are being placed under is immense.”
The case was due before the High Court last year but days before it was due to start, the CCG agreed to reverse its decision to withdraw funding.
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