Birdie brains wanted

6th April 2007 at 01:00
Students who are above par with both a golf club and an academic textbook are invited to apply for the first places offered at the new school of golf at the University of Wales, in Newport. Top golf coach Chris Baron will be working closely with students as the city prepares for the 2010 Ryder Cup, at the Celtic Manor Resort.

Holiday guide Every head in Flintshire has been sent a 32-page bilingual guide of things to do and places to visit over the Easter break by the local authority.

Schools were advised to pass them on to parents.

E-money available The e-learning foundation has appealed for more Welsh schools to bid for a slice of pound;1 million in grant funds to support their home accesse-learning projects. The foundation says it has received too few Welsh applications in a country that is still playing catch-up in home computing compared with England. Log on to www.e-learningfoundation.com for more information.

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