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Miners’ Welfare Act 1952 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 28 October 2016. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date. Changes that have been made appear in the content and are referenced with annotations.
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Sections 3, 16.
1The maintenance and operation in or about coal mines of pithead baths, drying rooms or canteens or of services or activities ancillary thereto.E+W+S
2The maintenance and operation in or about coal mines of cycle stores, bus shelters or other similar facilities.E+W+S
3The maintenance and operation in or about coal mines of medical treatment centres or other facilities for medical or therapeutic treatment.E+W+S
4The advancement of vocational education or training for the coal mining industry.E+W+S
5The maintenance and operation of recreation grounds, institutes, clubs or camps, and the encouragement or organisation of sports, games, holidays or other social or cultural activities.E+W+S
6The maintenance and operation of convalescent homes or ambulances, or the assistance of the sick and disabled otherwise than by the provision of such facilities as are mentioned in paragraph 3 of this Schedule.E+W+S
7The advancement of education or training, other than vocational education or training for the coal mining industry.E+W+S
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