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PUBLISHED: 16:31 24 November 2008 | UPDATED: 21:20 07 July 2010

Children from three high schools in Breckland - Charles Burrell, Rosemary Musker and Attleborough High Schools meet at Charles Burrell Humanities School to participate in the first Breckland Trampolining festival for 11-16 year olds.

Children from three high schools in Breckland - Charles Burrell, Rosemary Musker and Attleborough High Schools meet at Charles Burrell Humanities School to participate in the first Breckland Trampolining festival for 11-16 year olds.

The event was split into four sections according to ability.

The winners of each section will now represent Breckland at the Norfolk festival in December.

The festival was open to both girls and boys and it was also open to competitive and non-competitive trampolinists. The standard was high with a demonstration of shaped jumps, somersaults and even some somersaults with twists. The event was very successful and pupils and staff gained a lot from the event.

The results were;

Level 6: Winner Hayley Corden, Rosemary Musker; Runner up - Anna Claxton, Charles Burrell.

Level 7: Winner - Francessa Bond, Charles Burrell; Runner up - Del Summer, Rosemary Musker.

Level 8: Winner - Lily Wilson, Charles Burrell; Runner up - Simone Bull, Rosemary Musker.

Level 9: Winner - Taylor Dean, Charles Burrell; Runner up - Sophie Jones, Attleborough.


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