A plaque honouring the scientist who discovered gravity was unveiled at Grantham in Lincolnshire today.
It's part of the gravity fields festival week, celebrating the life of Sir Issac Newton. It will be placed on the wall of the building where he lived as a school boy fom 1655 to 1660.
A plaque has been unveiled today in Lincolnshire, in honour of Sir Isaac Newton.
The blue plaque was unveiled in the George Centre in Grantham this afternoon as part of the Gravity Fields Festival. The plaque will then be erected on the wall of Ask restaurant on the High Street.
The restaurant was the site where a young Newton lived from 1655 to 1660 while attending the King's School in Grantham.