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Learning about what goes on at the Gazette

P4 students from Somerset Primary toured The Royal Gazette's offices last week. They learned about the history of the paper and how it is produced. Several of the students gave a few thoughts on their visit.

Harry Berry, eight, said: “Today I was at The Royal Gazette. They make newspapers, they make it with big machines, printers.”

Tashuna Bean Dublin, nine, said: “I like that the newspaper has sports.”

Kee-zai, eight, said: “My favourite part of the newspaper is that they print it.”

Making the news: Somerset Primary students learn how the printing process works from Mr Davis, of The Royal Gazette's maintenance department

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Published June 05, 2014 at 9:00 am (Updated June 04, 2014 at 4:54 pm)

Learning about what goes on at the Gazette

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