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Lindisfarne learning

We travelled to Lindisfarne, also known as the Holy Island, by coach, when the road was revealed by the tide. We spent time exploring the priory and learning about St Cuthbert before enjoying some calming, mindfulness sketching. Next we spent time searching the beach for St Cuthberts beads – fossilised sections of sea lily stems. After dinner we drove back to the mainland, noticing the changes in the tide levels. We then visited St Aidan’s Church where we viewed Grace Darlings memorial and grave.


2 thoughts on “Lindisfarne learning

  1. Fish and chips to finish off what looks and amazing day. Have a great last night George looking forwards to seeing you tomorrow. Love you lots mum, dad and Benjmain


  2. Looks like you have had another busy day! Hope you’ve taken lots of photos with your camera. Sleep well tonight ready for your journey home tomorrow, can’t wait to give you a massive hug Arran! Love mum xx


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