June 19, 2023 2.00 pm This story is over 7 months old

Boston bed and breakfast set to transform into special needs school

Supporting young people with conditions such as ASD

By Local Democracy Reporter

A bed and breakfast on the outskirts of Boston is planning to transform into a school for children with special needs.

Owners of the Boston Lodge on Brown’s Drove have tendered proposals to Boston Borough Council, detailing their vision to turn their hospitality enterprise into an institution that supports young people with learning obstacles such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


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