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Primary Schools in Rowing Competition

Primary Schools in Rowing Competition

Recently, Burgh School pupils competed in a rowing contest that took place in a gym. The afternoon event began with a few warm-ups, then the real action commenced. First, it was a one-minute row where a girl from Richmond Primary impressed by rowing 255 metres! The Burgh Team was not too far behind – their […]

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Seal surge at Donna Nook

Seal surge at Donna Nook

Donna Nook is a nature reserve 15 miles south of Grimsby. It covers more than 10 km which is about 6.8 miles. This area is part of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and has over 250 species recorded, which is a lot, but the major attraction is the annual arrival of baby seals. What’s special about Donna Nook is that […]

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Aquarium set to make a big splash

Aquarium set to make a big splash

Teen Spirit Ltd is building a brand new multi-million pound aquarium in the popular tourist town Skegness.  The team behind the aquarium are hoping to create a lot of buzz around the area. It should be a very popular attraction as, unlike many attractions in Skegness, it will be open all year round. The owners […]

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Major New Attraction for Skegness

Major New Attraction for Skegness

A new aquarium is set to draw in the crowds to one of England’s favourite seaside resorts. The new project, located on the Skegness seafront at the Tower Esplanade, will feature many wonderful creatures such as: shark, octopus, clownfish and the deadly piranha! If all goes to plan, the aquarium will be ready and open […]

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Storm of the Century Remembered

Storm of the Century Remembered

http://youngjournalistacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Madge-ready.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe Storm of the Century Sixty years ago, the east coast was battered by a ferocious storm that caused great devastation and human suffering. Orla, a Year 8 at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar, interviewed Madge about that fateful night.