Pupils from Brine Leas School in Nantwich enjoyed a memorable day out in London at the Commonwealth Day Service.

The group of youngsters won tickets to the service at Westminster Abbey on Monday, and took advantage of the occasion to do some sight-seeing!

Here are some of the students in front of the Abbey after the service, and another of them on the bridge in front of the London Eye with the deputy headteacher Diane Thomas-Garrett.

The pupils scooped tickets to the Diamond Jubilee Commonwealth Day Service thanks to the creativity of time capsule entries.

The Royal Commonwealth Society asked schools across the UK to take part in a special Jubilee time capsule competition to win tickets to the service with the Queen and 2,000 invited guests.

A judging panel selected the winning schools, based across the UK, that took part in the Commonwealth’s digital Diamond Jubilee project – the Jubilee Time Capsule.

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