1986 ATTITUDES OF CHILDREN PAGE 2

 When they were asked about            
 facilities in the village, again they 
 agreed there were not enough. There   
 are only two clubs for young people in
 the village and one only held on a    
 Fridays.                              
        Kate produced a time-table for 
 a typical school day.                 
 7.15. Get up.                         
 7.30. Have my breakfast.              
 8.30. Set out for school.             
 9.00. School starts.                  
 12.00. School finishes for morning    
 dinner at school.                     
 1.15.  School re-starts.              
 3.45.  School finishes for day go     
 home.                                 
 4.00 -6.30. Recreational activities   
 music lessons watching T.V.           
 6.30. Evening meal.                   
 7.00. More recreational activities.   
 9.30. Bed-time.                       
 

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