11-year-olds off the map

15th October 2004 at 01:00
More than 200,000 children may miss out on free maps of their home areas worth pound;7 each because their teachers have not ordered them. Every 11-year-old is entitled to an Ordnance Survey Explorer map for home and school use as part of the national mapping agency's initiative, but with the deadline just days away, one in four maps has not been claimed.


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