Jim Conlin and Rachel Howie

5th September 1997 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Jim Conlin, a 65-year-old maker of model steamers, and Rachel Howie, aged eight, of Arkleston primary launch a skills for life and work campaign organised by Renfrewshire Education Business Partnership. Arkleston was chosen because the school's pupils have built a history garden in the shape of an aircraft on the site of the former Renfrew airport

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