Pupils receive prizes for work inspired by school visits to Blenheim Palace

Pupils receive prizes for work inspired by Blenheim Palace

Daisy Hubert with her parents Anna Thompson and Simon Hubert,

Daisy receives her prize from the Duke of Marlborough

First published in News

DAISY Hubert, a pupil at Madley Brook Primary School in Witney, was among the award-winners in Blenheim Palace’s annual Heritage Education Awards.

The six-year-old, was among pupils from a dozen primary schools recognised for work inspired by visits to the stately home in Woodstock.

Daisy and the other children received their awards from the palace’s owner, the Duke of Marlborough, above, and were given a tour of the house and treated to afternoon tea in the Orangery.

The prize-winning works were displayed in the palace’s education room. 

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