A bit of mucking about in the garden has turned in to a 'hands on' history lesson for one young boy. Oliver Batchelor was digging up his mum's carrots when his dad suggested he build a trench.
But, the 12 year old - who was learning about the first world war at school - went a little bit 'over the top'. Charlotte Wilkins speaks to Oliver Batchelor, his mother Saskia Marshall and his father Wayne Batchelor.
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