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Little kids go to big city

Published: Saturday 7th of March 2009

A group of schoolchildren have proved the big city is not just a place for big people by enjoying a whole host of tourist attractions on their day trip to London.

The nine and ten-year-olds took in a number of locations, including Buckingham Palace and St Paul's Cathedral, This is the West Country reports.

Headteacher of Helston Primary School Brett Dye tells the paper: "The comments we received from the general public were really good - they were impressed by their behaviour, their manners, their enthusiasm and their friendliness."

Among the other activities the children took in was a treasure hunt around London's main streets and a visit to the Tower of London.

The trip is believed to have been such a success that plans are already in motion to run it again next year.

If you want to take your kids on an adventure around London, the London Pass is the perfect way to do it.

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