Fishing in Hillhead

12th July 1996 at 01:00
They are an upmarket lot in Hillhead. The primary school board is advertising for two co-opted members in Glasgow University's newsletter. Academics with children at the school are of course debarred under the co-opting regulations, but the school board claims: "We are approaching the university as a place where there may be individuals prepared to take an interest in the beginning of the [education] process."

Only altruists should apply, we assume, not recruiters of students 10 years hence.

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