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Monthly Archives: June 2016
Today we went to Wantage Vale and Downland Mmuseum where we learnt about the Earth’s surface, what a Victorian kitchen was like and how to weave wool. In the Victoria kitchen we discovered that they had some very different things … Continue reading
Streatley day 3 Today we got up at 6.30 because the fire alarm went off, everybody bombarded out of their rooms and rushed really fast down the stairs. We thought the door was locked because we were pushing it instead … Continue reading
Today we went to Blenheim Palace, The Butterfly House and The Rollright Stones. We had a really good day and we had lots of fun. Here is a recount: First we had a guided tour around the palace. But … Continue reading
This morning we set off to the youth hostel and put our bags in the lounge, and set off to go to Didcot railway. When we got there we met our guides and then they showed us about the types … Continue reading
Having done the majority of packing on Thursday night, the children got up at the normal time of 7.00am on Friday morning. Bedding had to be left outside each room and then rooms inspected before bags were taken to the … Continue reading