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NCIC Year 10 pupils visit Derry’s Wall

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On Thursday the 17th September, Year 10 students from North Coast Integrated College went on a trip to Derry/Londonderry .

The pupils were divided into three groups and sent around different parts of the city lead by their tour guides.

There was the tour of the symbolic walls, with extraordinary views of the city and into the Bogside. There was a visit to the local churches and cathedrals which have recently been refurbished. Finally, the historic and impressive Guildhall Hall was visited.

“The walls were great and the view was incredible” Grace Wilson

“This trip helped me understand the Ulster Plantation even more.” Lauren Nash

Pictured below are pupils Luis and Scott trying on some plantation era clothing.

Luis and Scott trying on clothes from the Plantation era

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