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Grace Darling - a true heroine

Welcome back! We hope you enjoyed the Easter break. Y2 all agree (both staff and children!) that it is lovely to have a holiday but great to be back at school. 89 more words

Not Puffin Hunting

We could see the Farne Islands from where we were staying in Northumberland. Islands and boats are a winning combination in my book so there was no way we wouldn’t be paying them a visit. 534 more words

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Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

Here are a few shots of Bamburgh castle one of Northumberland’s most renowned sights.  Situated on the Northumberland coastline the castle overlooks both the Farne Islands and Lindisfarne and is well worth a visit particularly when the sun is shining. 77 more words

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Grace Darling - A Victorian Heroine

Not many people know about Grace Darling today but 175 years ago her fame hadn’t just spread around the land but around the world and with good reason. 1,129 more words

Grey seal numbers boom at Blakeney Point

Image courtesy of National Trust/Ian Ward

A grey seal colony has seen the number of pups born increase one hundredfold in just 14 years – making it the largest breeding site for the mammal in England.  180 more words

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The Clown of the Sea

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The Farne Islands are a group of islands off the coast of Northumberland, England. Depending on the tide, there are between 15 and 20 islands. 445 more words

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