What did you learn from your visit to the Archives in the York Explore Library?
Which flavoured ice-cream did you have?
I had a strawberry ice cream with strawberry sauce. 😀
I enjoyed reading the letters, and I had mint ice cream- yum!
I learnt that children who left the school and went to WW1 left school at 12-13 of age, they had different handwriting to what we have today.
My flavor of ice-cream was chocolate because it’s so tasty!
i had chocolate ice cream
I had Vanilla ice cream with strawberry sauce.
I also learnt that every soldier from York got a bar of chocolate sent from the mayor of York.
that all the soldiers got some chocolate . i had mint flavored
That on Christmas day the soldiers of York got chocolates as a present.(well most of them anyway).(I also learnt that chocolate ice-cream is yumalishious) 😀
I had a vanilla ice-cream with strawberry sauce. It was delicious! 😀
i had mint chocolate ice cream
i learnt what handwriting they used to use.
i had hokey pokey with sprinkles!
I learnt that the soldiers could not punctuate or spell their letters right because they left school at the age of 13 – 14
I learnt that the mayor of York sent boxes of chocolate to the soldiers that lived here. The ice-cream I got was vanilla, IT WAS VERY TASTY!.
Also I had a vanilla ice-cream with sprinkles on top
i only liked one thing we got to eat ice cream i had hokey pokey
I learnt that as well as being very grateful to the Mayor of York for sending them chocolate for Christmas, the soldiers in WWI were very loyal to him; they wrote things like ‘I hope to remain yours sincerely’.
I learnt a lot about the soldiers, water marks and different types of letters that were sent to The Lord Mayor Of York on the Christmas of 1914. I had hokey pokey ice cream and enjoyed reading he letters as much as eating the ice creams.
I had a Hokey-Pokey, which is my BEST ICE-CREAM IN THE WORLD!
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