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Horticulture.-Courses of four lectures were given at two centres through the University College of Bangor, to an average attendance of 41. In addition, courses of lectures and demonstrations lasting a fortnight each were given at four centres through the University College of Aberystwyth. The average attendance at the lectures was 167 and at the demonstrations 30.
School or other Gardens.—There was one garden attached to a Day school. It was worked on the collective plot system, and instruction was given to 14 pupils.
Training of Elementary School Teachers.-A Saturday class was held during the summer, from March to July, at an Intermediate school, and instruction was given in agriculture by the staff instructor. The number of teachers on the register was +2.
(a) Ridgmont Institute, £801. (6) Including Agricultural Experiments. (e) Including Fruit and Cider Institute near Bristol. (h) Agricultural Lectures are given by the staff of included under Dairy Instruction. (n) Expenses of staff only; the lecturers' salaries being included under General Expenditure. (r) Including £1,366 from Capital Account for the (s) Nature Study Classes. (t) Bee Keeping is included under Horticulture. (u) Included Midland Agricultural and Dairy College on Lectures in the County on General Agriculture,
These figures refer to Grants returned as being available for use in the year 1966-ti, wbother received as residue grant in respect of that or the previous year.
from the RESIDUE GRANT under the LOCAL TAXATION (CUSTOMS
Fruit Culture. (1) Cumberland and Westmorland Farm School. (g) Grant to the National the Armstrong College in part return for the annual grant of £500. (k) Poultry Keeping is charged to General Expenditure. (p) Farm School, Basing. (9) Agricultural Lectures are new buildings and alterations at the Agricultural and Horticultural College, Holmes Chapel. in Grants to Colleges and Schools. (W) A considerable amount of this was expended by the Horticulture. &c. (u) Poultry Keeping includes Veterinary Science.