Royal seal of approval for homes

children at Medmerry School took part in a Castle Room project in partnership with Henry Adams.
children at Medmerry School took part in a Castle Room project in partnership with Henry Adams.

ROOMS fit for a king – or queen – were carefully crafted by youngsters at Medmerry Primary School.

Pupils and their families spent a lot of time and effort into creating rooms out of recycled materials as part of a Castle Room project in partnership with Henry Adams.

One of the judges, Kevin Daymond, Henry Adams’ branch manager in Selsey, said: “The castle rooms 
were amazing, the imagination and creativity displayed by the children went way beyond my expectation, and any royal subject would have been honoured to live in any of the castle rooms.

“It was an impossible 
task choosing just three children to win our 
Henry Adams’ trophies, so we also presented five children with Henry Adams rosettes, too.”

Class teachers Kate Lee and Emma Lyons were equally impressed by the results and said: “The children were bursting 
with enthusiasm and so excited to show and tell 
us all about their 
castle rooms.

“Having Henry Adams 
on board presenting 
prizes has given the 
children added motivation and enabled positive community links”.