Bolton - La rue de Lancashire

20th November 2009 at 00:00

Pupils at Valley primary school in Bolton can now stroll through their own little piece of France after opening a French quarter in their playground. "Children can interact with many areas of French culture," says Valley teacher Judith Worthington. "Many aspects of French life can be seen as you wander through La Rue De Valley looking into shop windows labelled with goods." rv.

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