Young artists help village show
Young artists at St Nicholas Primary School have helped design the programme for their village show which raises thousands of pounds for the school and other good causes and charities.
Pictured are the winners in a competition to find the best front cover design.
Holding their designs are over all winners Ariane Boakes, five (left) with Darcy Hodgkins, nine. Half of the programmes will feature Ariane’s design, with Darcy’s on the rest.
Pictured with them are the other winners: back row, Lara Gregory, seven, Millie Hannant, nine, Eleanor Savage, ten, Marcus Palmer, ten, Kayden Roguski, nine, Brendan Cummings, 11, Yvie Hardy, eight, and Thalia Burleigh, ten. In front are Violet Hardy, five, Emily Metcalfe, six, and Sophie Randles, seven.
Show chair Sue Payne said: “The children really captured the fun and colour of the show in which the school plays a great part. The pupils sing with the school choir and also do maypole dancing. Their parents help erect marquees, and help run stalls, the BBQ and the bar.”
The show on June 24 and 25 includes exciting arena events, craft, food and plants sales, a fun dog show, classic cars and motorbikes, pony rides, a bouncy castle and giant tugs of war for everyone to join in with.
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