Taste of Viking life for Whittlesey pupils

PUBLISHED: 17:12 14 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:12 14 June 2010

Children in Year 6 at Alderman Jacobs School went back in time for a Viking Day as part of their investigations into what life was like near Whittlesey in the 9th Century! The children dressed in Viking clothes and even had a traditional feast to bring the day to a climax.

Children in Year 6 at Alderman Jacobs School went back in time for a Viking Day as part of their investigations into what life was like near Whittlesey in the 9th Century! The children dressed in Viking clothes and even had a traditional feast to bring the day to a climax.

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YOUNGSTERS went back in time to get a taste of what life was like in 9th Century Whittlesey.

Children in Year 6 at Alderman Jacobs School went back in time for a Viking Day as part of their investigations into what life was like near Whittlesey in the 9th Century! The children dressed in Viking clothes and even had a traditional feast to bring the day to a climax.

The Year 6 pupils at Alderman Jacobs School in Whittlesey dressed in Viking clothes and enjoyed a traditional feast.

Throughout the day the pupils were taken through all aspects of Viking life by local re-enactment experts Clan Wulfhar. The group gave demonstrations of Viking combat and had a living history display of Dark Age tents, a cooking area and an armoury.


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