Robin Hood Language Camp

Nottingham, July 14th 1197
Dear Friends,
Yesterday Maid Marian got kidnapped by the evil Sheriff. We found out that she was prisoner in the Sheriff’s castle. Poor Marian. Today we stormed the Sheriff’s castle. The Merry Men and Women were so brave! And the “young outlaws” were such good fighters! Now Maid Marian is safe!!! Give our best greetings to our good King!
Yours Friar Martin

Nottingham, July 13th 1197
Dear Friends,
We had a good night. A bit of rain, no attack luckily. Today we will go into Nottingham (the locals call it Aub). We must see the Sheriff’s city! Robin Hood, his Merry Men and Women and the outlaws are already preparing themselves for the adventure. I went to get food with Lady Anne and Lady Mary.
All the best from Sherwood Forest!
Yours,
Friar Martin

Dear Friends,
We have set up tent in Sherwood. There is Robin Hood, fourteen of his Merry Men and Women (P-Seminar), Mrs Plein and Mrs Werner and me, Friar Martin. We are safe so far with our 39! young followers (class 6). But the Sheriff’s castle Is not far away! They hopefully won’t attack tonight.

[Das Sprachencamp unter dem Motto Robin Hood hat in der Nähe von Aub* mit dem Aufbau der Zelte begonnen. 39 Schülerinnen und Schüler der sechsten Jahrgangsstufe nehmen an dem Projekt teil, das vom P-Seminar “Sprachencamp” unter Leitung von Herrn Mais organisiert und durchgeführt sowie von Frau Plein und Frau Werner begleitet wird. *Aub wurde für die drei Tage kurzerhand zum Sitz des Sheriffs von Nottingham erklärt, während sich der Zeltplatz offenbar in Sherwood Forest verwandelt hat.]