Chorley New Road primary school;News;News amp; Opinion

12th November 1999 at 00:00
(Photograph) - As part of its millennium celebrations, Chorley New Road primary school in Bolton has converted the cellars of its Victorian school buildings into a mini heritage centre. The series of period scenes includes shop windows, an outside privy and a working-class kitchen and can be visited from November 15.

Above, Andrew Smith, aged eight, enjoys a nice cuppa while authentically dressed for the part. Photograph by UNP.

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