Grammar offers contraception

16th May 2003 at 01:00
A GRAMMAR school is opening an emergency contraception clinic because so many under-16s are going to a local health centre worried they might be pregnant. Lutterworth grammar school, in Leicestershire, has joined forces with the centre to run the the lunch-time surgery, called "Strictly Confidential", which will operate three times a week.

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