4th April 1997 at 01:00

Has your school been left with surplus woodworking and metalworking tools following re-organisation of its practical workshops? If so, registered charity TWAM in Ipswich will arrange to collect, renovate and ship them to training establishments throughout Africa. TWAM has over 100 collectors nationwide.

Please ring 01206 263342.


The popular band Clock is supporting this Crimestoppers anti-drugs campaign aimed at 11 to 25-year-olds. SNAP aims to increase the number of actionable calls about drug-related crime to freephone number 0800 555111, and to raise awareness of the drugs problem with an emphasis on prevention.

Clock are including information in their new album packaging and promoting it on their national schools tour. Details: Crimestoppers Trust, 0181 877 0337.


Following analysis of A-level and GNVQ opportunities to teach development and global citizenship issues, the Council for Education in World Citizenship is producing resource lists for the 16-19 age group in all subjects to complement the opportunities identified. Information about science and modern foreign languages material would be particularly welcome.

Write to: Frances Evans, CEWC, Weddel House, 13 West Smithfield, London EC1A 9HY. (0171 329 1711).

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