Despite the weather, we thoroughly enjoyed our overnight stay at the Low Port Centre in Linlithgow last week. On our arrival, we headed to Linlithgow Palace where we were met by the Primary 6 and 7 Palace Guides from Linlithgow Primary School. They did an excellent job showing us around the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
We then walked round part of Linlithgow Loch on a scavenger hunt before heading back to Low Port to unpack.
After a delicious three course meal, Mr Brice taught us some games on the Peel. Our favourite game was Giants, Wizards and Trolls. Mr Brice’s demonstrations of the characters was particularly interesting!
It was then time for pyjamas, “Minions” and supper before retiring to our comfy beds. On Thursday, we had a scrumptious breakfast, before walking to the Canal Centre. We had a short trip along the canal, discovering the intriguing history and heritage of the Union Canal. After this, we headed to Annet House Museum where we enjoyed learning about Linlithgow’s history. After lunch, we got back on the bus and travelled to Beecraigs for fun activities and a climb up Cockleroi.
Low Port was an exciting experience and one that we will remember for a long time.