Parents in Cornwall ban their children from school trip to Exeter mosque over 'safety fears'
Children as young as eight in Cornwall have been banned by their parents from attending a school religious education trip to a British mosque over 'safety' fears.
Around 100 primary pupils were due to go on the trip as an opportunity for pupils in Year Three to Six to learn about different faiths.
Lostwithiel School said the trip to the mosque in Exeter was part of an RE learning exercise.
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