Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Et in Salopia ego

I have always suspected that I imagined Bishop's Castle. A small town with two pubs that brew their own beer (The Three Tuns and The Six Bells) and the best secondhand classical record shop I know is just too good to be true.

But this story from the Shropshire Star proves that it exists in the same world as the rest of us:

Youngsters at a Shropshire primary school are being banned from wearing open-toed sandals during the heatwave because they could stub their toes in the playground.

Bishop’s Castle Primary School has introduced the ban for health and safety reasons, parents were told.

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