Pupils investigate town's popularity
PUPILS from St Edward's Junior School have been finding out why people visit Cheltenham.
The children, from year six, were tasked with learning about tourism.
And in news that would delight shops, they were surprised by how busy the town's Promenade was on a school day.
Daisy Manuel, 11, said: "People come here to go to the shops and because it is a nice place. There are lots of interesting shops for people to go into.
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"There is definitely enough here for people to come and visit."
Kriti Srivastava, 10, said: "Cheltenham is busier than I expected. In the future I'd like to see more people walking rather than driving because there would be less pollution."
The children visited the town as part of their geography lesson.