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Opposing him - and sporting a Viking helmet tilted rakishly over one eyebrow - was Ellen York, standing up for the Vikings. "It's very much alive and kicking - and not a Viking helmet in sight! The aim of the public speaking competition is to encourage York's young people to love the city's history and heritage, says York Civic Trust's Verna Campbell - and also to give them the chance experience speaking and debating in public, a skill that will stand them in good stead.
The two St Wilfrid's Primary School pupils were going at it head to head over who'd win in a straight-up fight between a Roman soldier and a Viking warrior. There were certainly plenty of skilled debaters taking to the floor on Wednesday night.
Soon the great medieval hall was buzzing with excited pupils - and even more excited parents and teachers. "And because it is full of the world's history, from Romans to Saxons and stuff." Finley Henderson-Howard admitted to feeling 'quite excited' about the prospect of discussing which were tougher, the Romans or the Vikings.
There didn't seem to be much evidence of nerves on the part of the young debaters themselves. But his mum Niki Howard was unashamedly thrilled that he was taking part. "This for him is quite a change." After having gone through heats at school to get selected, he'd told her he already felt like a winner, she added.
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" Ellen wasn't about to let herself be beaten by such an underhand joke. Josh ffrench-Adam from Lord Deramore's had a strong opinion on that: he would use the £1 million to build a football stadium in the city centre instead of out in the suburbs, he said. "You must have been in York in the early evening and been disappointed to see so many shops closed." Josh's face was a picture.
Beau responded quick as a flash: "Are you telling me we haven't always had a smooth relationship with Europe? Twenty-eight children from 14 York primary schools took part, debating everything from the merits of Roman and Viking warriors to what made York so special - and how they'd spend £1 million to make the city a better place.