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The world famous Wookey Hole Caves has introduced a brand new Witch’s Grotto for this Halloween. While grottos usually house a cheery, friendly Santa Clause bearing gifts of teddies and toy cars, this one is run by the resident Witch’s spooky minions and the gifts might not be so nice! Come along and see her. What does a To win, answer the following question:

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Fun at Farmborough primary Two Bath Rugby Community coaches, two primary school classes and their teacher, concocted a brilliant afternoon of fun. No-one wanted to go out into the rain, but once they were in the playing fields the sun came out, and it was thumbs up! Farmborough Primary School children were enjoying their third week of a five week programme called School of Tag. When I arrived, the girls and boys from years three and four, including Miss Roberts their teacher, were running around playing tag. Foundation Manager, Jimmy Deane, was assisting the community department and organised the boys and the girls into two separate teams - it was terrific to see them running about and shouting at the tops of their voices with the sheer determination to win. “It’s been brilliant,” said Miss Roberts, “we had Steve Middleton here last term, and Jimmy this. It’s always good, the children have loved it. We are doing the Tackling Numbers programme as well,” (this is a numeracy programme developed by Premiership Rugby). School of Tag is a five week tag rugby programme set up with The Bath Rugby Community Team in conjunction with the Bath and North East Somerset School Sport Partnership to deliver coaching in and around Bath. When the course is complete, Bath Rugby gives all participating children and their families the opportunity to attend a Bath Rugby match at the Rec, and the opportunity to take part in a half-time pitch parade.

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Bugsy Malone The Year 6 pupils at High Littleton Primary School put on a fantastic performance of Bugsy Malone at the end of July. There was some great acting, singing and dancing and a few custard pies, water pistols and comedy cars as well! This was the culmination of a month’s hard work from all 22 pupils involved. The 100-strong audience laughed and cheered their way through the spectacle. Everyone was really proud; it was a great end to a very successful year.

Quad kids event High Littleton’s two athletics teams travelled to Westfield Primary School on Wednesday 27th June for the annual Quadkids event. This consists of four events: 75m sprint, 600m run, vortex howler throw and standing long jump. Despite the weather, they had managed several training sessions and the teams did themselves proud, with some great individual and team performances. The High Littleton A team finished as winners of the small schools event and qualified to take part in the County finals in Bristol, in which they finished 8th out of 16 teams, an excellent result.

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Curves is a ladies only gym where real women come & work out. It only take 30 minutes 3 times a week and with our trained coaches on hand to make sure you get a personal work out every time, you will be looking & feeling better in no time. Curves is great because, whatever your situation, we are at hand to make sure you get a great workout every time. Every month we check your weight and measurements to make sure you’re heading in the right direction and if you need a little one to one, we are here to help. We do Zumba every Wednesday evening 6-7pm, open to everyone, not just members. Leasa is our Zumba teacher & she gets everyone sweating & gives you a fun filled hour of Zumba Workout. Sharon joined Curves 3 years ago. “After losing a stone I wanted to get fitter. I had tried a few gyms but they were full of very fit & beautiful people & it made me feel very self conscious. A friend suggested Curves & 3 years on I still love it. The Curves team, lead by Karen, are fantastically supportive. It’s a gym for real people & I have made lots of friends too. I’m fitter, more confident & oh yes, I am another 3 stone lighter. I would recommend Curves to anyone. It’s Brilliant.” 4

St Marys in Bloom

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St Marys Primary School in Writhlington received the ‘Outstanding’ award from The Royal Horticultural Society & South West in Bloom for the South West in Bloom competition and also a Gold in the winners category in the Bath in Bloom competition. The school children have been very busy with the help of governors, staff and the local community, planting, watering, weeding, nurturing and looking after all the various areas of the school grounds. All the hard work is clearly evident upon visiting the school with hanging baskets, planted tyres and miniature gardens. The children form teams to ensure the great work continues on the school grounds with the dinner ladies playing an important role supervising the watering teams, litter picking teams and also helping the children with their own allotments. The entire team are committed to raising standards and encouraging pupils to develop pride in themselves, their school and community.

Thirty families from 1st Midsomer Norton Scout Group attended a family camp and activity day at Tedbury, near Mells. On offer to almost all ages were shooting, orienteering, making bivouacs, firelighting and abseiling. On the Saturday night the families gathered round the camp fire for a barbecue, sing-song and a short business meeting. Janet Turner, District Commissioner, who was unable to be present, sent a personal message thanking all the adult leaders and supporters under Group Scout Leader Clare Spearman’s guidance for their valuable work with the youth of Midsomer Norton and for making local Scouting fun and adventurous during the past year. Photo: Sister and brother Ellie, a Rainbow aged 5, and Ben, a cub aged 8 after having each abseiled down a 60foot rock face near Mells.

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Paulton In Bloom


Paulton Junior School have been awarded the top prize of ‘Overall Winner’ in the schools category in the Bath In Bloom competition. Four pupils representing the school gardening club visited the Guild Hall in Bath where the Bath In Bloom judges presented them with a magnificent trophy and a cheque for £200 which was donated by Bath University. There are currently 40 children in the Gardening Club who all worked very hard to achieve the award as well as 60 Year 3 pupils who all grew potatoes.

221 pupils from Paulton Junior School had the amazing opportunity to visit the Paralympics on the 7th September! It was an early start for the pupils, staff, governors and volunteers as they all left the school at 5am, six coaches pulled away from the school with the Olympic Village as their destination. The pupils watched several events; women’s long jump, men’s javelin, men’s wheelchair 200m heat and the men’s (blind) 100m heat. All the pupils completed assignments on their fantastic experience which are now proudly on display for all to see. A fantastic day was had by all and the coaches pulled back in to the school around 7pm... with some very tired passengers on-board.

Children at Peasedown St John Primary School sang their hearts out on 25th September when the recording studio from Pop stars Award Scheme was set up in their school hall. The children have recorded a CD of all the songs that have been significant to them during 2012 including Olympic songs and Jubilee songs. Each year group took their turn in front of the microphone and recorded their own songs. The CD’s will be available to buy from the school office from 1st November.

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Olympic torch On Wednesday 18th September, the children of St John’s Primary School, Midsomer Norton, were given a rare opportunity: to view an Olympic torch. Many schools this year will have had similar experiences, however this was unique: this torch was from the Olympics held in London in 1948! The pupils were able to hold the torch and compared and contrasted it with that of the 2012 torch. The most incredible thing for the children to imagine was the fact that, back in 1948, the torchbearer had to run three miles with a torch that was a little heavier than those of today! For the pupils in Year 6 (pictured above), whose current topic is World War Two, it was amazing to think of our capital city hosting an Olympics just three years after the end of the War. All in all, it was a wonderful visit that provided all of the children with a real insight into our country’s recent history.




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what’s on OCTOber 27 - 4 November Farrington’s Cowtastic Farm Park at Farrington Gurney. During the half term you can visit the farm park and the first 250 people every day will enter for free! For further information you can visit or call 01761 452266. ...................................................................... 27-31 Spooky Steam Special – East Somerset Railway

Enjoy a spooky ride on the wizards express. Come dressed in scary costumes, children entry is free for spooky special if dressed up. Watch out for the spider, skeletons, ghosts and cobwebs. For further information visit or call 01749 880417. ......................................................................

27 - 4 November Heritage Open Week – The Roman Baths Magnifica Minerva: Explore the story behind the goddess Minerva and make a Minerva mask. Every day during the week, 10am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm.

Finding treasure – Talk: Kurt Adams from the Portable Antiquities Scheme will talk about his role in recording archaeological objects. Tuesday 30th October 3pm – 4pm Tuesday Treasure Hunters: Hunt for Sulis Minerva treasures with expert investigators. Tuesday 30th October 6-9pm. What is treasure? Explore what different people identify as treasure with the museum curators. For more information visit or call 01225 477785. ......................................................................

28 Halloween Event: The American Museum

Bath 12 noon – 5pm Crafts and face painting 1-4pm Bird flight demonstration 2pm The museum will be celebrating the final day of the season with storytelling, spooky crafts, face painting and bird handling. For further information visit or call 01225 460503. ......................................................................

29 - 2 November Scooter and Skateboard Sessions at

Somer Valley Skate Park. To book your slot please call 01225 396240 or visit ......................................................................

29-31 Halloween Spectacular at Avon Valley Country Park, Keynsham. For more information visit ......................................................................

30 Apple & Pumpkin Day : Bath City Farm 11am – 2pm

Halloween at at Prior Prior Park Park Halloween Landscape Garden Landscape Garden

27 Oct Oct –– 4 4 Nov, Nov, 10am 10am –– 5.30pm 5.30pm 27 We'll be hosting a 'Carve it, cook cook it, it, We'll be hosting a 'Carve it, eat it' it' event event down down by by the the lakes lakes on on Sat Sat 27 27 Oct Oct eat between 12noon 12noon -- 2pm. 2pm. There There will will be be between pumpkin carving, carving, cooking cooking demonstrations demonstrations pumpkin and tastings tastings with with local local chefs. chefs. We'll We'll also also have have and our spooky halloween and bonfire night trail our spooky halloween and bonfire night trail around the the garden garden all all week, week, so so why why not not put put around on your your scariest scariest costume costume and and get get involved. involved. £1 £1 on per trail. per trail.

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A fun day for all the family to enjoy that will certainly have an autumnal feel to it! For more information visit or call 01225 481269. ......................................................................

NOVEMber 3 Firework Display Spectacular. Firework display & family disco at Paulton Rovers football club 7.30pm. Adults £5, children under 16 £3. Tickets available from the bar at Paulton Rovers. ...................................................................... 3 Midsomer Norton Farmers Market at The Hollies,

Midsomer Norton from 9am to 1pm. ......................................................................

4 Friends of Farrington Gurney School are holding their

annual Fireworks Night from 6pm until late at Farrington Gurney School field. Refreshments available. Tickets available on the door or in advance from the school office. Further information available by calling 01761 452419. ......................................................................

7-10 Shepton Mallet Digital Arts Festival at Kilver Court, Shepton Mallet. Courses for children to learn new skills and work with professionals film making and model making and much more. For more information visit ...................................................................... 8 JLS visit The Mall at Cribbs Causeway for the Christmas Lights switch on and concert. All proceeds to Wallace and Grommet Grand Appeal. For further information visit ...................................................................... 9 Firework display and entertainment at Radstock Town Football Club, starts at 7.30pm. Entertainment in the clubhouse after the fireworks. ......................................................................

11 Midsomer Norton and Radstock Silver Band will be

performing in the Midsomer Norton Remembrance Parade. Starts at 10.30am. ......................................................................

14 Shepton Mallet Carnival, starts at 7.30pm.


15 Midsomer Norton Carnival, starts at 7.15pm.


16 City of Wells Illuminated Carnival, starts at 7pm.


22 - 9 December Bath Christmas Market at Abbey

Churchyard. A magical festive shopping experience in the heart of Bath city centre. Delicious foods, 140 stalls and carol services. ......................................................................

23 - 6 January Bath On Ice. Ice skating is coming back to Bath at the Victoria Park. Visit the open air ice rink and enjoy ice skating in the outdoors! ...................................................................... 25 Little Pickles Market, buy and sell pre-loved baby and children clothes. At the Somer Centre, Midsomer Norton from 10.30am to 12 noon. ......................................................................

Half Term Holiday Activities Monday 29th October- Friday 2nd November

Sports and Leisure

T he following clubs and activities will be on offer: • All Day Kids Club - suitable for children aged 5 - 12 years operating from 8.00am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday • Climbing • Gymnastics and Trampoline • Pre- school gymnastics • Football • Tennis Please visit our website for further details or contact us on 01761 438559, option 5

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Fireworks “Remember remember the fifth of November Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason, why gunpowder treason Should ever be forgot” Fireworks are fun but we must also remember they can be dangerous. If you are not going to an organised fireworks event this year and plan to see off fireworks at home, make sure that everyone knows all about how to stay safe. • Stand well back • Never go near a firework that has been lit, even if it hasn’t gone off as it could still explode • Never put fireworks in your pocket or throw them • Wear gloves when using sparklers and hold them at arms length away from you • Put used sparklers hot end down in to a bucket of sand or water • Keep pets indoors • Never throw used (or unused) fireworks on a bonfire • Never pick up a firework which may be left over, it may still be active

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The largest Firework Display & Halloween Disco in the Area Friday 2nd November 6.45pm

Did you know... • Bonfire night is over 400 years old! It dates back to 1605 when Guy Fawkes and a group of other men tried to blow up Parliament. • Guy Fawkes was not the leader of the Gunpowder Plot, it was actually a man called Robert Catesby. • There is an island to the North of Santa Cruz called Isla Guy Fawkes...nobody knows why it is called this....maybe he planned to escape there. • Fireworks were invented in China back in the 12th Century (AD 1100)! • A rocket can reach speeds of 150mph, however the shell can reach as high as 200 metres. • The worlds largest recorded firework display was held in Portugal in 2006 and it featured 66,326 fireworks! • At first fireworks were only orange and white, new colours were made in the middle ages by adding different salts. The hardest colour to create is blue • 90% of the worlds fireworks are made in China. • Three sparklers burning together generate the same heat as a blow-torch.

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Welcome to the fourth annual Shepton Mallet Digital Arts Festival, including our first ever DigiKids programme of activities for children Now in its 4th year, Shepton Digital Arts Festival is a prominent event for the digital and creative industry in the South West. The festival runs over 4 days from Wed 7th – Sat 10th Nov showcasing new film, photography and performance with daytime exhibitions and evening entertainment program. We have a special 2-day programme just for kids, from early years to secondary school age. Shepton Digi Kids provides interactive fun workshops for kids including; Animation model making with Aardman, make and star in your own film, Cool Coding for Kids with Nudge Digital, pinhole photography with Justin Quinnell and a rock ‘n roll musical for kids, from Kid Carpet & The Noisy Animals. This lively and entertaining children’s show blends theatre and comedy with animation and live music.

Each year the festival holds a competition to give emerging talent the opportunity to interact with experts from the world of film and TV by presenting their work to be judged for a place in the final night awards ceremony, hosted by children’s TV and ‘Cool Stuff Collective’ presenter Sy Thomas. Competition prizes this year include the opportunity to work on locations with Icon Films. Further details of the festival competition can be found here at The program of entertainment and exhibitions includes; Adamski presents Neo Waltz DJ set, Photography from Dominic Greensmith, drummer of the band Reef, Foster nominated comedian David Trent, Stand Up comedy from Bristol born Casualty & Hollyoaks actor James Redmond, Live art and music from Battle of the Eyes and Cate Ferris, Giant Poster Art exhibition from Olympic commissioned artist Day Bowman and screenings from Icon Films, Grace Productions and Aardman Animations. Please see our website for further programme information.








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Pumpkin Seed Necklace This pumpkin seed necklace, made in Halloween colours, makes a great accessory for Halloween and perfect for a witch’s costume! Alternatively, paint in more autumnal colours.

You will need:

Pumpkin seeds (roasted) Paint (orange, black, white and green) Needle and thread (Kitchen foil to put seeds on while you paint them)


Paint your pumpkin seeds in orange, green, white and black. The easiest way to do this is to put them on kitchen foil so that they will not stick to anything while they dry. But it is a very messy job! When your seeds are dry, thread your needle with a length of thread long enough to go over your head with 3 or 4 inches to spare. Put your seeds a few at a time in a pile on newspaper or a thin sponge. One by one push the needle down through the seed - when you have pierced the seed safely, pick it up and pull it through the thread. When your thread is about two thirds filled, knot the ends together tightly. Note: you need a sharp needle for this so make sure children are well supervised or that an adult does the threading.

Halloween Candle Jars These candle jars are simple and great fun to make, and a very effective Halloween decoration. But an adult will need to supervise everything to do with the candle - including, of course, lighting it!

You will need:

Jars of all shapes and sizes and appropriate candles to fit them Tissue paper - orange, white, purple or black Black construction paper Glue Scissors Black felt tip marker


You can get very creative making your Halloween candle jars, and we are sure you will come up with many different ideas. Basically you wrap the jar in a piece of tissue paper, insert the candle and light it! You create the effect you want either by cutting out pieces of the tissue paper, or by sticking extra pieces of paper on, or just by drawing your design with black felt tip marker.

Pumpkin Bag This cute little pumpkin bag is simply made with felt and ribbon, but it is good sewing practise for beginners. Use it for storing your Halloween treats or perhaps for giving a Halloween gift.

You will need:

Orange felt Black felt Black embroidery thread Green ribbon


Lay the pieces of orange felt on top of one another. Cut away two of the corners in a curve. Cut face pieces from black felt and sew them (or stick them) to one of orange pieces. Use blanket stitch to sew the two pieces of orange felt together. Leave the straight edge open. About 1/2 inch in from the top of the bag carefully snip small vertical holes, leaving about 1inch between them, all the way around the bag. Starting in the front of the face, thread the ribbon through the slits (a darning needle to push the ends through will help). Pulling and tying the ribbon as a drawstring will make the pumpkin round.

Bath Christmas Market, the biggest and most beautiful Christmas Shopping event in the South West is once again set to add some extra festive sparkle to the city centre this Christmas shopping season. Quite rightly, the main attraction of this magical event is the shopping, and with over 140 stalls – including new ones in Bath Street and in Milsom Place - offering a tantalising array of gifts and Christmas essentials, it’s the perfect place to get your Christmas shopping well underway. Festive food, carols and entertainment add a really seasonal flavour to the event, to really get you in the mood for the celebrations to come. The market is easy to get to in the heart of the city’s shopping centre, only a few minutes’ walk from the train station and P&R drop off points, and is the perfect way to start your Christmas celebrations – why don’t you make Bath Christmas Market one of your Christmas traditions…? Facebook: Bath Christmas Market Twitter: @bathxmasmarket


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There’s nothing Ernie loves more than an excellent adventure, whether its zooming around town on his rocket-powered skateboard or stealing an early peek at the coolest new fossil exhibit at the Dinosaur Museum. Its not always easy under the strict rules of his mum, especially with his sister Julia following him around and trying to get him in trouble every chance she gets but he still manages to stir up fun. Ernie’s daredevil nature takes him on a journey one day with potentially irreversible consequences. After sneaking over to his best friend Max’s, Ernie discovers Max’s dad’s latest invention: a sleek, egg-shaped time machine. Suddenly, Julia bursts in to bust the two boys, and in the ensuing chaos, the time machine comes to life and closes its doors on the three kids arguing. The kids find themselves in a lush jungle untouched by mankind with a living, breathing T-Rex named Tyra standing over them. But they’re not dinosaur food...the time machine has landed them in Tyra’s nest and she believes the children are hers. Ernie and the other children have to figure out how to get home, what with the time machine having lost a vital component in its crash landing!

The film follows an arcade game Bad Guy, Wreck It Ralph who is determined to prove that he can be a good Guy. Wreck-It Ralph longs to be as beloved as his games perfect Good Guy, Fix-It Felix the problem is nobody loves a bad guy, but they do love heroes!! A new game arrives featuring a tough-as-nails Sergeant Calhoun and Ralph sees this as his ticket to heroism and happiness. Ralph’s plan is simple, he will sneak in to the game and win a medal! But Ralph soon wrecks everything and accidentally unleashes a deadly enemy that threatens every game in the arcade his only hope to save the entire arcade is to team up with the young troublemaking ‘glitch’ from a cart racing game who might just be able to teach Ralph what it really means to be a Good Guy.

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Mummy Wrap Mummy Wrap is a fun Halloween party game for children of all ages. Buy some cheap rolls or toilet paper and perhaps some crepe paper streamers in Halloween colours. Split the kids up into teams of two. One child will be the “mummy” and the other is in charge of wrapping up the child like a mummy... When you start playing the music the teams can start wrapping up the When you turn the music off the kids need to stop. The team whose mummy is more mummified (or wrapped) wins. Older children can have even more fun if you turn the lights right down when you turn the music on - it makes it much harder and they will get the giggles!


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Contact us by email: Page 17 Cook a large pot of different shaped pasta such as spirals or macaroni. Drain and cool completely. Place cooled pasta in a large plastic bowl and add a few olives. Then add some wrapped sweets like mini fun sized chocolate bars. Cover the bowl with material that you’ve cut into a decorative shape like a pumpkin or monsters head, or use a scary cloth or rubber mask that you don’t mind cutting in to. Once the bowl is covered, cut a slit which First make a collection of ghosts, or get the children to cut is just large enough for the children to put their hands out their own ghosts. through, no larger: they should not be able to see the Now divide the players into two groups. Send one team from contents of the bowl. the room while the other team hides the ghosts. Make sure Sit the kids in a circle and let them take turns digging you stipulate what level of hiding is acceptable - we usually into the bowl to find the sweets. They won’t be able to say that some part of the ghost must be visible - and whether see into the bowl and the icky texture of the pasta along some pieces of furniture are off-limits. with the olives will feel like brains! The first team now returns and tries to find all the ghosts.

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Halloween Graveyard Hunt Decorate your garden to resemble a scary graveyard or just add lots of scary things. You can add cut out black felt bats, plastic spiders, fake web, fake tombstone, jack o lanterns and even provide scary music... Hide prizes and treats amongst the plants and decorations and let the kids go on a graveyard hunt. For older kids you can even have a disguised adult or two hiding around a spooky corner, but please don’t do this with younger children as it can really traumatise them!

They then get a turn to hide the ghosts. Variations: An adult hides all the ghosts and the children compete with each other to find them. Add a forfeit to the back of one or two ghosts (without necessarily telling the children!) Whoever finds those ghosts must do the forfeit before the next round of the game. Add a bonus prize to the back of one or two of the ghosts instead!

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Customise your ride! There are many different types of skateboards and scooters available, and customizing your ride will ensure your board or scooter stands out from the rest. Grip tape can be changed and is the adhesive backed, gritty covering that lies on the top of the skateboard or deck. Similar to sandpaper, it helps your shoes grip to your deck. Because the grip tape sits on the top of your skateboard, this is a very noticeable way to make your skateboard look different from the standard designs. Wheels, clamps, bars and grips come in every colour you could think of and are easy to change to enable you to have a unique look to your ride!


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Alex Bennett aged 9 has achieved his blue belt in Tae Kwon Do with Jamie Woodland, as great achievement Alex, well done.

Alice Fenton aged 10 has achieved her grade 2 in modern theatre dance, fantastic Alice, well done.

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Amelia Meacham aged 5 has passed her stage 1 in swimming, keep up the great work Amelia, well done.

Amy Whittles aged 7 has passed her exams in ballet and freestyle dance, a great achievement Amy, well done.

Ashleigh Beard aged 6 has passed her level 4 in swimming, a superb achievement Ashleigh, well done.

Ben Gumbleton aged 7 took part in a running race in Bristol and thoroughly enjoyed it, well done Ben, keep it up.

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Bethany Bradley aged 9 took part in the Timsbury Horse Show and won lots of awards on her pony Galaxy. Great work Bethany.

Ella Baker aged 5 has achieved her 50 metres swimming award, great work Ella, keep it up.

Callum Denning aged 9 has passed his level 6 swimming award, well done Callum, keep it up.

Darcey Wilkins aged 7 has passed her ballet exam at Susan Hill, well done Darcey, keep up the great work.

Cherry Evans aged 8 took part in a gymnastics competition at Writhlington and has also passed her freestyle solo and street dance exams too, great achievements Cherry, well done.

Chloe Middleton aged 5 has passed her stage 1 in swimming and also her ballet exam and her baton twirling exam. Fantastic achievements Chloe, well done.

Connor Harris aged 7 has played cricket for Timsbury Cricket Club and was awarded with his trophy as part of the team, well done Connor.

Evie Bull aged 6 has passed her stage 3 swimming award, great work Evie, well done.

Evie Randall has passed her 10 meters swimming award, a great achievement Evie.

Fleur Swallow aged 6 has passed her stage 3 swimming award, great work Fleur, well done.

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Cooper George aged 8 has passed his stage 6 in swimming and he has also achieved his brown belt in judo at Mitt Fiddes. Well done.

Emily Hellyer aged 9 has passed her bronze award in clarinet, well done Emily, keep up the great work.

Hannah Reed aged 8 has achieved her stage 2 recorder exam, well done Hannah, a great achievement.

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Dylan Gale aged 10 took part in the Story Lab Summer reading challenge and also took part in the Cubs Olympic Games. Fantastic achievements Dylan, well done.

Erika Whittles aged 9 has achieved her ballet and freestyle solo dance exams, great achievements Erika.

Harry Janes aged 6 has achieved his level 2 in swimming, great work Harry, well done.

Jake Stuckey aged 8 has achieved his blue belt in Tae Kwon Do with Jamie Woodland, great work Jake.

Ella Flagg aged 8 took part in the Story Lab Summer reading challenge and achieved the gold medal, well done Ella, keep reading.

Ellie Hobbs aged 10 has passed her freestyle dance exam with Susan Hill School of Dance, well done Ellie, great work.

Emilia Kingman aged 6 has achieved her 25meters swimming award and also her stage 3 swimming award too, great work Emilia, well done.

Harry Lockyear aged 10 took part in the Story Lab Summer reading challenge, well done Harry, keep reading!

Hazel Forsyth aged 9 took part in the Timsbury Horticultural Society awards and achieved 1st place for her mini garden in a seed tray, well done.

Jack Parker aged 10 took part in the Purnell’s Football Tournament as part of Westfield Football Club, well done Jack.

Harry Barnett aged 7 has achieved his stage 4 in swimming, well done Harry, a great achievement.

Harry Harmer aged 7 was awarded his trophy as star player for Chew Valley Football Team, well done Harry.

Harry Barker aged 7 has been awarded with his medal for playing at Purnells Football Tournament, well done Harry.

Jackson Carey aged 8 got 2nd place in the Dragon Tang So Do Open Championships in Tae Kwon, well done Jackson.

James Swallow aged 10 has been awarded with the chief Scouts Award at High Littleton Scouts, well done James, as great achievement.

Jack Darby aged 5 has passed his level 5 and level 6 in gymnastics, well done Jack a great achievement.

Jasmine Daniels aged 7 has passed her ballet exam, great news Jasmine, well done.

Jenna Appleyard aged 9 has passed her freestyle dance award, well done Jenna, a great achievement.

Kelly Carter aged 7 took part in a Writhlington gymnastics competition and came 2nd, well done Kelly a fabulous achievement.

Lewis Wiltshire aged 5 has achieved his stage 1 in swimming and also a medal for Tae Kwon do, great achievements Lewis, well done.

Lucinda North aged 10 took part in a gymnastics competition at Writhlington, well done Lucinda, keep it up.

Libby Hancock aged 9 has achieved her level 5 in swimming, great work Libby, well done.

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Jenna Hancock aged 4 has passed her garde 1 in gymnastics, great work Jenna, well done.

Leila Harries aged 8 has achieved her level 5 in gymnastics and also her gold award in Mathletics, a superb achievement Leila, well done.

Lilly Hobbs aged 8 has taken part in many horse riding competitions and has been awarded some superb rosettes, well done Lilly, great work.

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Jessica Cullonboy aged 9 has achieved many awards for horse riding at Wellow Trekking Centre, well done Jessica.

Leilani Ingram aged 8 took part in an archery competition, well done Leilani, great work.

Laura Carter aged 10 took part in a Writhlington gymnastics competition and was awarded first place, a great achievement Laura, well done.

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Joe Evans aged 4 has passed his grade 4 in swimming, well done Joe, a great achievement.

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Megan Carey aged 8 has achieved her freestyle award for dance at Susan Hill Dance School. Well done Megan.

Millie took part in the Story Lab Summer reading challenge, well done Millie, keep up the reading.

Ryan Davis aged 9 has been awarded with his yellow sash for Kung Fu, a great achievement Ryan, well done.

Rebecca Vining aged 10 has passed her guitar exam with a distinction, a fabulous achievement Rebecca, well done.

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Tilly Bartlett aged 8 has achieved her solo dance award with Susan Hill, great work Tilly, well done.

Minnie Cox aged 6 was presented with her awards for her miniature garden for a local horticultural show, well done Minnie, a fabulous achievement.

Nathan Dix aged 7 has achieved his stage 5 in swimming, great work Nathan, well done.

Tilly Hall aged 7 took part in a gymnastics competition at Writhlington, fantastic Tilly, well done.

Mollie Williams aged 7 has passed her stage 3 in swimming, great work Mollie, well done.

Nathan Tugwell aged 7 has passed his stage 2 in swimming, a great achievement Nathan, well done.

Samuel Perryman aged 7 took part in a tennis tournament and also passed his 25 meteres in swimming too, great work Samuel, keep it up.

Toby Thomas aged 8 has been crowned Carnival Prince and was also presented with a trophy for playing football for Paulton Rangers. Well done Toby, keep up the great work.

Sophie-Jai Edwards aged 7 has passed her grading in karate, great work Sophie-Jai, well done.

William Friend aged 7 has been presented with a gold award for Mathletics, great work William, well done.

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