Council needs to go to ‘Grammer’ School

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A misspelling on a bus stop by Lancashire County Council has amused pupils and staff at a school in the county. According to the BBC, the council promised to ‘try harder’ after misspelling the name of the school as ‘grammer.’ Lancaster Royal Grammar School Headmaster Chris Pyle spotted the error on a new bus stop sign outside school. “We are enjoying the irony,” he said, “but will keep on trying to teach the world how to spell ‘grammar’ correctly.

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