German students are shown around Louth

The The Mayor of Louth, Coun David Wing, provided a reception for a school party of King Edward VI Grammar School pupils and their German exchange partners.

The group from Bad Königshofen were in Louth for a week.

While at the Sessions house in Eastgate, the home of Louth Town Council, they were able to admire the famous Brown’s Panorama paintings hanging on the wall.

The 20 German students were accompanied by teachers André Schömig and Susanne Winter.

They were hosted by grammar school staff Sue Parker, Anna Miller and Terry Winter.

The German students stayed for a week with families and activities during their stay also included a trip to York and bowling in Cleethorpes.

They also enjoyed a social evening BBQ as well as attending some lessons at the grammar school.

The group enjoyed their visit to Lincolnshire and the Capital of the Wolds.

The grammar school will make a return trip to Germany in September and October this year for a week to tour the area.

Bad Konigshofen in Grabfeld is a small spa town in Bavaria.

The city is twinned with Arlington, Texas, USA.

Bad Konigshofen has a downtown recreational park named Arlington in honor of the city of Arlington.

In 2006, the City of Arlington opened a water park named Bad Konigshofen Family Aquatic Center in honour of its German twin.