Sisters organise inclusive trip to show school friends Greenwich Maritime Museum

Two sisters from Gloucestershire organised a trip to take their school friends to Greenwich Maritime Museum in a celebration of inclusivity.

Destiny Ezewudo-Broadbridge, nine, and Harmony Ezewudo- Broadbridge, seven, have a membership at the museum in Greenwich.

But after a school lesson on Christopher Wren – who designed the Royal Observatory – the girls noticed that 12 of their school friends had never visited London before.

Schoolchildren visiting London for the first time at Greenwich Maritime Museum (Picture: Rosie Broadbridge)

Together with their parents Rosie Broadbridge and Mikey Ezewudo, the family organised a coach to take a group of children and parents to London in their half-term holiday.

Ms Broadbridge said: “It was an inclusive project, all races, disabled and non-disabled children, Christians and Muslims. The girls wanted to make sure everyone got a chance to see the museum.”

Families line up outside Cirencester Primary School for their coach trip (Picture: Rosie Broadbridge)

On February 10 the group gathered at Cirencester Primary School, in Victoria Road, Cirencester, and boarded the coach for the 2hrs 40mins drive to the museum.

Destiny said: “I was glad I had all my friends with me in London. It was a very exciting day.”

Pictured top: Destiny Ezewudo-Broadbridge (left) and Harmony Ezewudo- Broadbridge (middle) getting ready for their trip to the Greenwich Maritime Museum (Picture: Rosie Broadbridge)

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