Grocer's apostasy

4th December 1998 at 00:00
An independent village school has gone into the fruit and veg business hoping to boost its 32 pupils' education with any profits. The self-supporting Small School in Hartland, Devon, bought the village greengrocer's to save it from closure and plans to sell organic produce and run a coffee shop there.

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