More Local and Community History!

Local and Community History Month is still going, and our free online Storytelling Assemblies On Demand continues this theme – this time giving Amy the chance to share an inspiring tale about fire, problem-solving, and feeling empowered even when others tell you you're incapable. This Suffolk story could easily suit a topic for International Women's Day, too!

We'd love to hear your local stories! Who knows? Maybe we could include them in a future Storytelling Assembly On Demand, and start them down the path to becoming legends of folklore! Leave us a message here on our blog, @EpicTalesST on Twitter or Facebook, or visit

Storytelling Assemblies On Demand are every Thursday of term time. Share them with all the children in your school using your hall's projector, or in the classroom with an interactive whiteboard.

Suitable for all ages from FS to KS2 (4 to 11).

Proving the power of storytelling

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