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Lines painted at closed nursery

Zig-zag 'school keep clear' sign in Aberdeen at St Peter's Nursery
The "school keep clear" sign has been painted outside the closed nursery

A council has admitted workers painted a warning sign outside a nursery school despite it closing 10 years ago.

The yellow zig-zag "school keep clear" sign has been painted in Aberdeen at St Peter's Nursery in The Spital.

The work - costing about £200 - was carried out despite the building being boarded up.

An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: "Staff have been instructed to check orders for all outstanding works to ensure they are still required."



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