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T-Rex visits pupils at after–school club

PUBLISHED: 17:00 17 April 2017

Trex visits Uphill Primary School.

Trex visits Uphill Primary School.

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Youngsters from a North Somerset primary school were visited by a two-metre T–Rex.

Rory the tyrannosaurus dropped into Uphill Primary School, in Old Church Road, last week during an after-school club.

The dinosaur was brought along by party planners Action Pussycat along 
with explorer Ade Venture.

The pupils were able to get up close and personal with the T–Rex and learn all about the prehistoric creatures.

Ade said: “The children were fascinated by the dinosaur. It is not often you get to meet a T–Rex in the flesh.”

Rory and Ade will also be out and about in Weston during the Easter holidays, 
so be sure to take a picture if you spot them and submit it to weston.iwitness24.co.uk

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