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Boris tries archery at children’s summer camp

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Boris tries archery at children’s summer camp

Boris tries archery at children’s summer camp

Prime minister Boris Johnson tried his hand at archery while visiting the Premier Education Summer Camp at Sacred Heart of Mary Girl's School, Upminster.

Report by Browna.

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