To Bedale in North Yorkshire, for an evaluation session with Mowbray School for their Heritage Schools project, to find out what the students think about their local heritage. This is part of English Heritage's national project Heritage Schools to encourage and upskill schools to use their local heritage to teach all areas of the curriculum. Bedale has the last surviving Leech House, where leeches were kept for medicinal purposes, and it was used until the early 1900s.

National Glass Centre, Sunderland, launched its Digital Storytelling exhibition - people made short films about their memories of the glass-making industry.  Students from Bishop Barrington School made glass art works inspired by the stories.  Read the report in the Sunderland Echo here.