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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

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Pupils at Ulverston's Sir John Barrow School learn to be top reporters

YOUNG pupils at an Ulverston primary school got to learn about life as a journalist.

Sir John Barrow Class 6J
Sir John Barrow Class 6J

Deputy Editor of the Evening Mail James Higgins dropped in to chat to Class 6J.

Luke Forrester, aged 11, said: "I really liked James' tie. It was great that we got to look at old fashioned newspapers."

Jodie Bowes, aged 10, said: "It was an amazing experience."

Joel Atkinson, aged 11, added: "The hot metal was a really good thing to see. It was also interesting to see what old newspapers looked like."

James said: "I really enjoyed my morning with Class 6J."


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