Milton Abbey pupils tend to ferrets

13th November 1998 at 00:00
(Photograph) - And thereby hangs a tail . . . boarders at Milton Abbey, a public school in Dorset, tend ferrets in their spare time. The animals are kept to teach children responsibility and to give them something to do when lessons are over. They are also cheap, costing only Pounds 2.50 each. The new face of boarding, page 10

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