01:00PM, Monday 04 May 2015
The group of 46 travelled by coach to the French capital, staying just outside at the Chateau de Grande Romaine in the town of Lesigny.
While there, they took in views of the city from a boat ride down the Seine and from the top of Tour Montparnasse, formerly the tallest skyscraper in France, before finishing off the trip with a visit to Disneyland.
Speaking after the trip, group leader Jo Lovell said: “The girls all thoroughly enjoyed the trip and they were all sad to leave.
“Travelling abroad as a group is so important as it gives the girls a sense of other cultures and customs, and the opportunity to have a sense of independence by planning the trip themselves.”
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