Youngsters raise hundreds at talent show

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton - Credit: Archant

A primary school talent show which promised to be bigger and better than ever has raised more than £500.

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton - Credit: Archant

Weeting Primary School, in Brandon, raised £693.80 for Friends of Weeting at its second Weeting’s Got Talent in Brandon Village Hall.

Children from the school had the opportunity to show off their talent, with dancers, singers, a puppet show, a magic act and poetry readings.

Rebecca Salton, from Friends of Weeting, said: “All the children did so well and it was truly an amazing night.

“We had a panel of judges consisting of staff from the school who picked the first, second and third place winners who went home with trophies.”

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton - Credit: Archant


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Every youngster who took part or helped with the production received an Easter egg prize.

Money raised is going towards funding new outdoor play equipment.

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The school is now preparing for next year’s show.

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton

Pupils performing at Weeting's Got Talent. Picture: Rebecca Salton - Credit: Archant

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