A CHESTER primary school welcomed a special visitor on Friday.
The Duke of Westminster paid a visit to Saighton Primary School, where members of the Young Filmmakers Club captured the event on film for their latest project.
Head teacher Mavis Sellers said: “It was a delightful visit, and we are so pleased that His Grace took time out from his busy schedule to spend time with us.
“The Duke has a long association with our school and was able to talk to the children about some of the buildings and features of the village and share some of his memories.”
The Duke was filmed throughout by members of the Young Filmmakers Club for their second project about the history of Saighton Primary School.
Pupils were able to follow the Duke as he toured the school grounds as well as accompany him on a walk through the village, where he entertained the children with tales of his childhood and some of the time he has spent there.
He was also presented with a home-made bread roll in the shape of a G by reception class pupils and a copy of the first filmmakers project, entitled Our School, Our Village, which was screened at the Co-operative Young Film Makers Festival last year.