Long stretch

13th August 1999 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Ladybridge primary school's building in Cheadle was constructed out of metal parts intended for aeroplanes in 1954 and had a projected five-year life-span. Fifty-five years later, the school is pressing for replacement buildings, but has just been refused a share of the Government's New Deal for Schools money. Photograph by NEIL TURNER

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