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Old 21-01-2008, 10:34 PM
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Default Free English Heritage Educational Visits

I'm not sure if everone is aware but English Heritage offer free visits to Schools, Nurseries, Scouts, Guides, Home Educators, Clubs etc For more info have a look here

http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/s...conWebDoc.2155

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Old 23-01-2008, 9:13 AM
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Thanks not working, so 'THANKS!'
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Link and stuff working fine for me... :confused:


Actually reread your post Olz and understood it second time around! Doh...

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Link and stuff working fine for me... :confused:


Actually reread your post Olz and understood it second time around! Doh...
I read it like that too. Then I read it again and I think he's saying 'my thanks button won't work' So thanks!!

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Old 28-01-2008, 5:35 PM
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Brilliant! I've just let my daughter's school know. And apparently 'gifted' children can attend for free, too (the government has just started a big push on supporting gifted and talented children in schools). Nice one!
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Old 28-01-2008, 7:23 PM
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what an amazing find ! thankyou so much this will save our school so much money ! the best freebie ive had so far
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Brilliant! I've just let my daughter's school know. And apparently 'gifted' children can attend for free, too (the government has just started a big push on supporting gifted and talented children in schools). Nice one!
thanks for this any more info and how can i find the details would help some of the kids at school. Thanks
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Fabulous find!

I teach mine at home so this will be great!
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Thanks sooo much the school was really pleased!
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Thanks for this, I cant use it as im in Scotland but have sent it to my sister a teacher in England
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