Rubbing out a little Lynn history

St Michael's Primary School brass rubbing at South Gate,'Bradley Kew and Demi-Leigh Donkin ANL-150624-164629009
St Michael's Primary School brass rubbing at South Gate,'Bradley Kew and Demi-Leigh Donkin ANL-150624-164629009
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The history and heritage of Lynn was on the agenda for pupils at St Michael’s Primary School, at South Lynn, as part of a special topic on Wednesday. Year Two students visited All Saints Church, The Walks, the Red Mount and the South Gates as part of a history project and made brass rubbings during their visit. Posters from the brass rubbings will be displayed in the school corridor.

Year 2 teacher Natalie Darby said: “The trip went well. Children had a great time learning about some of the history in the town.”

St Michael’s Primary School pupils Bradley Kew and Demi-Leigh Donkin show off their posters after brass rubbing at Lynn’s South Gates. MLNF15AF06348