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MAGIC ROUNDABOUT

School children took on the challenge of building their own millennium wheels recently. In an ICE schools day, children heard lectures from engineers, architects and the project manager involved in construction of the BA London Eye about the parts they all played in the project. After designing and building their own wheels out of paper, the children were taken for a VIP ride on the real thing. Picture shows pupils from Mount Carmel Girls School winning team taking part in the event.

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