Learning swings

14th May 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Pupils from Kelvinhaugh primary school built a model of the Clyde Suspension Bridge when they attended the launch of Glasgow's learning festival in George Square. Billed as a UK first, the festival heralds the nationwide adult learners' week which starts on Monday. Glasgow aims to become Britain's first official "learning city", as part of a European initiative. Photograph by Gerry McCann

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