Year 6 pupils at Holbeach Primary Academy enjoyed three days in June, exploring a range of heritage skills, the history of the Chapels and then developing their ideas for how the chapels might be used once refurbished. They visited the Chapels on the first day of the course, which was led by Ian Marshman from Heritage Lincolnshire.  He showed pupils the different parts of the building and the problems that it was facing over 160 years after it was built.  Back at school the pupils worked in groups to discuss how they would like to see the Chapels used in the future, building models to present their ideas and writing presentations that were given on the afternoon of the third day.  Entries were judged by Jenny Worth (Trustee), Nick Worth (local Councillor), Katie Edwards (Project Administrator) and Ian Marshman (Heritage Lincolnshire Tutor)


Pupils explore inside the South Chapel.
Judges present prize to one of the winning groups
Final presentation and one of the winning entries