Young historians awarded in school contest

PUBLISHED: 14:00 21 July 2018

Young historians from Nailsea.

Young historians from Nailsea.


Young historians from Nailsea were presented with certificates after winning a competition.

Winners of the Nailsea Young Historian Award joined the Friends of the Tithe Barn for a cream tea in the historic building in Church Lane to celebrate their achievements.

Children from schools who visited the barn on educational trips this year were invited to enter the competition.

Judges Jo Hopkinson and Ian Morrell chose winners from a strong field of entries.

The winner of the key stage one prize was Tosia from Kingshill Church School, and the key stage two winners were Chloe from Grove Junior School and Elly, Evie and Emily from Backwell Junior School.

Overall winner of the competition was Elly White, who received the Nailsea Young Historian Cup.

The Tithe Barn Trust would like to thank all the children who entered the competition.

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