Reigniting jubilee memories at primary
THE Queen's Diamond Jubilee was marked with parties across the East Riding.
Schools, in particular, did their bit to mark Her Majesty's 60 years on the throne.
In most places the buzz has long since gone.
But the arrival of the letter from Buckingham Palace has reignited the memories at Patrington CE Primary School.
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Teacher Phillippa Farrow asked the children for their thoughts on how they had enjoyed the celebrations so they could be included in the Mail.
Charlie Ashwell, 7, said: "I liked writing about the picnic we had in school.
"It was exciting when we got the letter from the Queen."
Lily-Grace Turner, 7, said: "I liked learning about the jubilee and having the party in the hall when Mrs Kemp dressed up as the Queen."
Adam Chapman, 7, said: "I liked drawing pictures of the royals.
"I drew a picture of the Queen and Prince Philip."
Chloe Middleton, 7, said: "My best bit was when we were sketching the Queen and when we had the jubilee party in Patrington."