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Students have a new falzinc roof over their heads

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A doughnut shaped Falzinc roof is giving pupils at a new £4.3 million school an inspired taste for the three Rs.

The circular roof at Ysgol Maes y Coed in Bryncoch, Neath, West Glamorgan, a special needs school for students with learning difficulties, contains some 1,700 m² of 0.7 mm Falzinc raised seam roofing which covers classrooms and communal areas and encloses a central sensory playground.

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