Today 36 year 6 pupils embarked on their day out to London. They boarded the train in Rhyl at 7.45am setting out for their adventure.
When they got to London Euston they went on the underground to Waterloo. Here they went on the London Eye and were able to see all the sights from the north and south of the river. After this they went to meet Chris Ruane, our local MP, who very kindly showed us around the Houses of Parliament. Although the children weren't sure what to make of this visit they really enjoyed it and it was fantastic to see inside this wonderful building. We also got the chance to go on the Terrace!
We then went back to the Thames and went on a River Cruise down to Tower Bridge and back. Again this was great and the children got to see many landmarks close up.
We then had a unplanned stop at Trafalgar Square which was fantastic. The children loved to see the three lions and the fourth plinth!
Finally we got back to Euston- Quick stop for food before heading back on the train. Even though Mrs PG nearly put us all on the wrong train we finally made it back to Rhyl at 8pm.
It was a fantastic day and thanks to the children for being so well behaved, Mrs PG for organising the trip and Mr Tudor Vincent and Mrs Evans for going.
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