Written by Jujyn and Jallah
On Wednesday year 6 went on a trip to Eyam. First we visited the Riley Graves where Mrs Hancock had to bury all of her children and her husband. Next we had a long walk to the Boundary stone. The Boundary stone was very useful when Eyam went into quarantine. Obviously Eyam needed food so a guard went to the Boundary stone and left money there. In the afternoon they would come back, the money would be gone and it would've been replaced by food. Then we went to the plague cottage where Mary Hadfield had lived with a lodger called Goerge Vickers, her two sons and her second husband. This is where the plague had started. Finally we went to the outdoor church. It was an outdoor church so they could spread out incase the plague spread when they were to close. In the end they completely closed the church. They also decided that no one could come in and no one could go out. Eyam was in quarantine. Lots of people disagreed and because of this lots more people died.