Year 6 braved the wind this morning when we ventured down to the field for our history lesson. We wanted to create a timeline showing the development of the city of Lancaster, from its Roman origins to the twentieth century.  Our timeline was far too long to fit into the classroom, but we had plenty of room on the field. As we added some of the significant buildings to our timeline, we could clearly see how the city gradually expanded from what we now call “Castle Hill” and that much of this happened during the Georgian and Victorian times.