Royal seal of approval for lodge

PUPILS from across the district were joined by a royal visitor on their trip to a new lodge at a North Somerset outdoor centre. Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, visited the £640,000 wooden lodge at Goblin Combe Environment Centre, in Cleeve, and receive

PUPILS from across the district were joined by a royal visitor on their trip to a new lodge at a North Somerset outdoor centre.Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, visited the £640,000 wooden lodge at Goblin Combe Environment Centre, in Cleeve, and received gifts from youngsters at Court de Wyck Primary School.The royal visitor also met pupils from Priory School, in Worle, and Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College in Weston.


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