A leaflet came through my letter-box from Turville School, advertising the nursery and pre-school in our village.
Curiously, the leaflet claims that the school is open for 51 weeks of the year. Twenty years ago, a group of us saved the school (which is the former church school) from sale by the Church Commissioners, who wanted to realise the capital (probably by selling it as a second home). We formed the Turville School Trust, a registered charity, and raised money to buy the school. It is leased to the nursery on the understanding that for six weeks every year it will be vacated to provide accommodation for deprived children who would not normally get a holiday in the country.
So how come the nursery school can operate for 51 weeks a year? It should be 46 maximum.