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Weston Super Mare trip

On Wednesday the 17th of August we all met up at 8am in Wolverhampton to get on the coach. The journey to Weston Super Mare took 2 hours, but we all had so much fun on the coach. 

Once we arrived at the museum in Weston Super Mare, we looked around and learnt about the history of the beach. They then showed us how the beach looked and how people used to dress at the beach. 

Afterwards, we walked to the beach to get lunch and everyone went to do their own thing. Some of the group went to the pier, fun fair, and even the pub! We all met up at 3pm in front of the beach to have ice cream and we all had a great time together. 

Thank you Weston Super Mare Museum for having us! 


Here are all of the pictures that we took that day: 




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