We had a great time on our visit to Fareham. While one half of the class was in the museum, the other half walked through West Street and up to the High Street to look at Victorian buildings. We found the blue plaque for Sir John Goss who was a very accomplished musician and spent his first years in Fareham. We also found houses with basements that would be similar to the houses described in our book "Street Child". In the museum, the class got the chance to look at how Fareham has grown and developed over the years with a particular focus on the Victorians and the poor little boys in Fareham workhouse. We were very fortunate that the sun came out and we were able to sit in the beautiful gardens for lunch! We were all very impressed with how sensible the children were walking into town and how well they conducted themselves on the trip.