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The Great Fire of London By Cedar Class
The year was 1666, Late one September night, The baker’s shop in Pudding Lane Had a raging fire in sight. The class!
The baker's oven was on fire The flames began to spread. Thomas the baker was upstairs He was cuddling his Ted! Jack W & Charlie
Before too long the walls caught fire There billowed out black smoke. The fire made such a loud noise Tom woke and started to choke! Lily & Daisy
He woke up all his family And got them out of there. He called out for the firemen And he hoped they could climb the stair. Edward & Jack J
The firemen saw the shops nearby And said “Let's knock these down, Or else they will catch fire too and it will all be brown!” Delilah & Phoebe
But no, the Mayor would not do that, He said “Just hang about, The fire is not that bad, you know Pour water through a spout!” Kai & Ben
So they tried to put the flames out But they just grew higher. Sure enough they spread, soon half of the town’s hopes were dire. Taylor & Jacob
King Charles sitting in his palace Thought something must be done He sent out a fire engine The fight against the fire had begun!. Benji & Vinisha
They went to the Thames for water But at the river bank The fire engine slipped in mud, Flung into the water and lost it’s tank! Harriet & Finlay
When the king was told about this He was really upset. He realised that the fire posed A challenge to be met. Emily & Emilia
He decided that he must help, Put on his boots and cloak, And he marched out of his palace Trying hard not to choke. Daniel & Arthur
He helped some fire-fighters who Had started to despair, And everyone was really glad That he seemed to really care. Ryan & Alina
Eventually, the wind died down - The fire died down too. London would have to be rebuilt By many men – not a few! Heidi & Tia
The damage caused would have been less In sixteen sixty six If the houses weren't made from wood, And they had not be made from stupid sticks! Amelie & Matilda
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The fire started on Sunday 2 nd September 1666, nearly 350 years ago. The baker was called Thomas Farynor and he lived in the same building as his bakery.
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