The Great Fire of London Drama Morning

This morning, Class One traveled through time to Pudding Lane, London, 2nd September 1666. Unfortunately, Thomas Farriner, (the Kings Baker) left some embers burning on the fire as he went to sleep. Class One worked hard to put the fire out using leather buckets to pour water over the blaze and fire hooks to pull down houses. Some children escaped in boats, whilst others traveled by foot. Those who were brave enough, stayed to continue fighting the fire. Thankfully, Samuel Pepys managed to get King Charles attention and with the help of the Duke of York and the change in weather, the fire finally went out.


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