Another witness, N, says he went to the Astronomy "sleepover" as part of his studies. Mr Talbot offered use of a telescope for "coursework."
From the witness box, N says Mr Talbot offered him a spare room, started talking about "sexuality", then showed him photos of "naked boys."
N says the then teacher offered to perform a sex act on him. N declined saying he'd a girlfriend. Mr Talbot said he'd do things she couldn't
Mr Talbot apologised, N tells jurors, and offered his bedroom as amends. M and N readied for bed. Mr Talbot then said "leave room for me."
The two boys, both aged 15, went downstairs - says N - to be with the other kids. They agreed between themselves to tell their parents.
N gives evidence that his father phoned the school and spoke to Mr Talbot. The teacher offered to "come round to explain himself."
Jurors hear that Mr Talbot never arrived at N's house. The school headmaster phoned to say he'd left the school with "immediate effect."
Defence tell N it "isn't disputed" that "something happened that night, that your parents complained, and Mr Talbot left the school later."
The 8th day of the Fred Talbot sex abuse trial has begun in Manchester. He faces 10 counts of indecent assault on teenage boys.
Witness M, who can't be identified, says he stayed overnight at Mr Talbot's home for a school arranged "sleepover" on astronomy.
Witness M tells jurors Mr Talbot offered him a room, away from everyone else, then asked him to "come back another night... by myself"
The court hears M then went downstairs to be with all the other youngsters. He later told his parents that Mr Talbot had "propositioned" him
The jury are told that M's parents reported the incident to Altrincham Grammar. When M returned to classes Mr Talbot had left the school.
Defence suggest that M could have "misheard" or be "unclear" about what happened. M: "No. I'm absolutely certain. It was a gamechanger."
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The Met Office "Be Aware' for snow on Thursday has now been extended until Friday morning, and includes the risk of icy stretchesRead the full story ›
A raw day today with a keen wind making it feel really bitter and the potential for 3-8cm of snow anywhere in the region this morningRead the full story ›
Councillors in Lancashire have delayed making a decision on whether the energy firm Cuadrilla can drill for shale gas at two areas in the county.
There was a large protest outside county hall in Preston by campaigners opposed to the drilling process known as fracking.
The council will now make a decision on the sites near Blackpool in two months' time.
The son of a 78-year-old woman who was beaten unconscious by a prisoner on day release says the Government needs to urgently review the way inmates are released back into the community.
Theresa Cain lived a healthy and happy life until she was attacked in her own home by serial offender Paul Steadman.
Steadman is now serving a life sentence, Theresa's son Peter says that's come too late for his mum.
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A violent criminal, out of prison on day release, attacked a grandmother from Preston, leaving her in hospital for a month.Read the full story ›