Stings in the tale

19th May 2000 at 01:00
THE 36 pupils at a Suffolk primary were forced to have lessons in a village hall after a swarm of bees invaded their classrooms.

Cleaners found thousands of bees in Whatfield primary nearHadleigh. Head Mark Allen said: "We had a problem with a swarm a few years ago. But then they only got into the loft. Oddly enough, the infants were learning about bees yesterday."

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