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Wednesday, 23 July 2014

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Ulverston pupils get a taste for journalism

YOUNG pupils at Sir John Barrow School in Ulverston have been learning about newspaper life.

SJB Class 6D
SJB Class 6D

Evening Mail deputy editor James Higgins dropped in to see pupils of Class 6D.

They discussed how newspapers are made and how the website is updated.

The pupils also looked at old editions of the Evening Mail.

Matthew Haddow, aged 11, said: "It has been amazing because we have got to see newspaper from the 1800s."

Finn McDermott, aged 10, added: "It was good looking at a 125-year-old newspaper."

Annie MacLeod, aged 11, said: "I have enjoyed seeing how newspapers have changed over the last 100 years."

James added: "It was great to speak to such a well behaved and enthusiastic class of children.

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