Ludham First School

Pupils at Ludham First School were amazed to find 30 balloons in their village on Friday morning at White House Farm. They had been launched by youngsters from a Lancashire primary school the day before as part of national book-reading event.

Pupils at Ludham First School were amazed to find 30 balloons in their village on Friday morning at White House Farm. They had been launched by youngsters from a Lancashire primary school the day before as part of national book-reading event. And the balloons, which had tags about pupils' favourite books, reached the 230 miles to Ludham just as quickly as first-class post. The find has led to both schools forging close links as the Norfolk pupils are now sending their lists of their novels back to Waterfoot Primary, near Rossendale - by post instead of balloon-mail.


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