On Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th Year 9 Geographers visited the Marble Arch Caves Geopark to investigate the UNESCO recognised Limestone Scenery of South West Fermanagh. Two days were never so contrasting in conditions which saw the cave system transform from ‘full walking tour’ status to ‘closed’ in no less than 2 hours on account of the torrential rain in the area that day. Record flooding was recorded in the caves whilst the pupils took a bracing, muddy and wind swept walk around the ‘above ground’ limestone scenery on the Marlbank Loop. To say soaked would be an understatement, nevertheless not a mention of complaint passed over the pupils lips, in fact they seemed to enjoy the drenching. The Thursday trip saw much better weather conditions and the trip went off without a hitch. Geopark staff, teachers and pupils enjoyed the trips and our pupils received much praise for their behaviour and involvement in the activities. A great trip all round.