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Headteacher 'disappointed and upset' after bus library damaged by vandals AGAIN

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A bus library at a Tameside school has been left damaged and ‘ripped apart’ by vandals for a second time this month. The converted bus library at Greswell Primary School in Denton is a popular reading and learning spot for pupils but it has now been left unusable until staff can fix the graffiti and vandalism.

During two incidents this month, a group of children are thought to have broken the door locks in order to gain access to the library and then vandalised the space. READ MORE: 'I can't even bring myself to say it': Why a secondary school's name change hasn't gone down well with some parents Last Tuesday (December 14), a group of vandals broke chairs inside the library, while also causing damage to books and furniture.

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