Bristol's Redcliffe children's centre

9th March 2007 at 00:00
(Photograph) - As part of their early education, children at Bristol's Redcliffe children's centre make mud pies and are provided with sticks so they can write in the earth. This is just one of the imaginative ways that the centre, in a deprived area of the city, encouraging boys to write. It also provides toddler groups and children's health services. Photograph: Jay Williams

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