Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Sardines anybody?

Lord Fairhaven, who lived at Anglesey Abbey until his death in 1966, was well known for his love of sardines on toast. So a group of students last week were unwittingly carrying on the tradition when they held a den building competition to see how many people they could get into one den. The winning den held thirteen, squeezed together in true sardine style! Bottisham and locality Children's Services Youth Development Co-ordinator, Nikki King, brought the group of young people as part of their Second Step Project, developed for students who are about to move up to secondary school. During their visit, they also used natural materials to make land art sculptures, including this lizard and snake. 

Kate Boursnell
Community Reporter
Anglesey Abbey

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