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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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