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Dance umbrella at St John’s A group of girls from St John’s Primary School have taken part in the Dance Umbrella performance at The Forum in Bath. The girls thoroughly enjoyed the evening and are all very proud of their achievements.
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Owl class models Children in Owl Class at Westﬁeld Primary School were tasked with creating models for their topic of pirates. The children worked very hard with their families to create superb models, well done to you all.
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Ciaran Dewar from the Academy of Trinity has won a football, boot bag and shin pads from Sports Trix.
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This term, Years 3 & 4 at Midsomer Norton Primary School are learning about Australia. Three classes were lucky enough to be given a didgeridoo performance by Jacob’s father, Mr Cotterill. The children were enthralled by the haunting sound and enjoyed having a go themselves, although they struggled with the circular breathing!
A group of children from Westﬁeld Primary School took part in the Dance Umbrella at The Forum in Bath. The children from Westﬁeld performed conﬁdently and all very much enjoyed it. Last month, Year 4 children from Midsomer Norton Primary School enjoyed a three day residential trip in the beautiful surroundings of Great Wood, near Bridgewater. The children slept in wooden cabins and spent their days creating dens and shelters, building dams, lighting ﬁres, singing around the camp ﬁre and walking in the woods. The children said it was “amazing” and “awesome” and Poppy said “It was the best experience of my life so far!”
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A trial to remember
The Academy Of Trinity has been awarded the prestigious Diana Award for their Anti Bullying programme and ethos that is used throughout their school. A group of Trinity school children travelled to London’s Canary Wharf to accept this internationally recognised award along with other winners from across the country. The Trinity award winners were invited to close the ceremony which they did in true Trinity style with a dramatic and memorable peformance! Ben Cohen, England rugby star and supporter of the charity, presented the children, who were the youngest recipients, with their certiﬁcates and awards. This was once again a fantastic opportunity for the children of Radstock and we are all very proud of their achievements.
On the evenings of Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th of April, two of Kilmersdon Primary’s classes performed the magniﬁcent production of, The Trial of Goldilocks. This performance was based on the original story written by Roald Dahl. It showed almost a ﬂipside to the classic fairytale, and told how Goldie really isn’t sweet little girl you thought she was. The talented actors of this clever production were none other than the pupils of the year 2/3 class and the year 4/5 class of the school. They were the minds and voices that brought all of the acting and songs together to create this wonderful play. Each child has a different character and their own way of creating a modern twist on this traditional story. This really is a trial to remember! A report by Charlotte Thompson
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Visit to Prior Park Children from St John’s Primary School had a sensational time at Prior Park. We sauntered down a steep hill to ﬁnd a welcoming pond, also a magniﬁcent view. Next we stalked through green arms that arched above us protecting us from the scorching sun. On the other side we traipsed to a splendiferous view to sketch the scenery before our eyes. We wrote a fascinating poem about the aqua blue pond. Then we shufﬂed down a ﬂight of stairs and sat in an enormous circle as the sun beat against our back then we read out our poems. Soon after lunch we decided to stride round the peaceful, calm lake before very long we found a graceful swan that was constructing its messy nest. Happily, we strolled on to ﬁnd a crowd of massive carp that looked like blobs of blackcurrant jelly. Then we wrote a description of our favourite animal in the lake accompanied by a beautiful drawing. Just before our trip came to a halt we studied grafﬁti on the bridge and made up an imaginary person from the grafﬁti details.
The Harris family and The Welsman family cycled back from Lands End to Paulton to raise money for Dorothy House Hospice, The Laurels Nursing Home, Timsbury and Bath Cancer Support Unit over 5 days. The men did the cycling with the children joining in on the last day and cycling from Glastonbury to Paulton. Sarah, Martin, Izzy, Jenson,Tina, Alan, Jordan, Nathan, Liam, Lucas all did a fantastic job, well done.
The boys gymnastics team from Writhlington Sports Centre recently took part in a competition at Writhlington, competing against many other gymnastics clubs. For many of these boys, this was their ﬁrst ever competition and they all performed superbly and showed the other clubs the quality of skill and talent being grown at the sports centre.
Since the opening of the new store at Westﬁeld Trading Estate, business has gone from strength to strength. Proprietor Georgia Haines says “Mojo offer a different service to many others as we have a large range of top brands available in store and online, including District, Grit, Hardcore, Pheonix and many more. This gives us the ability to build custom scooters to our customers speciﬁcations”. Custom scooters are the latest craze and parents are starting to realise it is better to have a custom scooter built than buying a scooter and customizing it afterwards. You can beneﬁt from the MOJO team building your scooter for free if bought from us. MOJO also do all repairs and maintenance on scooters while you wait. The ever popular MOJO skate clothing brand available in store as well as helmets and protective pads, MOJO has everything you need for hassle free scootering.
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Models of London
Children at Westﬁeld Primary School were asked to get creative about our capital city and they all went away to plan their models. The classroom was very quickly full fo fantastic models of the City of London. Freddie and Dean made a fabulous model of the London Eye and Ryan created some superb Lego models of the London Underground.
Tish and Andy Jeffery from Farrington’s have donated an unused piece of land to Farrington Gurney Primary School. This has given the school an amazing opportunity to create class allotments. All of the children in the school had the opportunity to design the allotment and now each class has their own section to plant however they wish. Years 5 and 6 have even started up an enterprise project called Primary Planters. They hope to sell their produce to raise money to improve the allotment even further. The whole school community is behind the project, with parents and grandparents offering practical help, and local companies providing plants and equipment (thanks again to Farrington’s and R. J. King). Learning is about so much more than just being in the classroom, as their mission statement shows. The children get plenty of fresh air and exercise whilst learning the skills needed to establish and maintain an allotment – true ‘life’ skills. Roberta (Year 6) - Primary Planters marketing department
Olympic torch Every child at Midsomer Norton Primary School was invited to make an Olympic Torch as a homework project. This picture shows some of the entries. One winner will be selected from each class and go through to the ﬁnal which will be judged by a panel from Sainsbury’s regional managers. The winning torch will be carried by a runner on the last leg of the South West Sainsbury’s run from Frome to Midsomer Norton on Sunday 13th May. The standard is incredibly high!
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Summer Half Term Forest School Club Wednesday 3rd June - Friday 8th June, 5-10 year olds £20 per day with a £5 sibling discount For more information and to reserve your place please call 07925 417 261 Welton Manor Farm, Millards Hill Midsomer Norton, BA3 2BW www.freerangers.org.uk email@example.com
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Cheesy Chomp Biscuits To make about 15 biscuits you will need: 75g ( 3oz) mature Cheddar cheese 100g (4oz) plain ﬂour 50g (2oz) butter The yolk from a medium egg 5 teaspoons of cold water A cookie cutter 2 greased baking trays Heat your oven to 190 C 375 F or gas mark 5 Put the ﬂour into a large bowl with the butter cut into chunks. Mix together until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs. Grate half the cheese and add to bowl. Mix in the egg yolk and water in a small bowl. Reserve about 2 spoonfuls and add the rest to the ﬂour mixture. Stir everything in well and squeeze the mixture until you have made a smooth dough, then make it into a slightly ﬂattened ball. Wrap the dough in plastic food wrap and chill in a fridge for 30 minutes. Turn oven on. Remove dough from fridge and roll out onto ﬂour sprinkled clean working surface. Roll until about 5mm (1/4in) thick. Cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Place onto lightly greased baking trays. Brush remaining egg mixture over the top of each shape and sprinkle with grated cheese. Bake biscuits for 12 minutes. Leave them to cool for 5 minutes, and then lift onto a wire rack to cool.
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Strawberry Muffins 6 tablespoons butter 3/4 cup sugar (granulated or caster) 2 eggs 1/2 cup milk 14 strawberries, preferably fresh 2 cups all-purpose (plain) ﬂour Pinch salt 1 tablespoon baking powder Strawberry jam Heat oven to 350F, 180C, Gas Mark 4 Grease a mufﬁn tin or ﬁll with paper liners. Cream the butter and sugar together in a large bowl. Beat in the eggs, one at a time, and then add the milk. Chop the strawberries up into small chunks, then stir them carefully into the batter, trying not to break them up too much. Sift the ﬂour, salt and baking powder into the bowl, then fold in. Do not over mix. Fill mufﬁn cups halfway. Add a scant teaspoon of jam, then add more batter to ﬁll two thirds of the cup. Bake until the mufﬁns begin to brown and a toothpick comes out clean (about 20 to 25 minutes). Remove the mufﬁns from the tin and cool.
D cky’s Beautiful, Bespoke, Stylish mix of modern and period furnishings, creating a Belgian Chocolate comfortable and welcoming atmosphere with a secluded terrace. Eggs Located on the village square in the heartEaster of Timsbury, offering cooked breakfasts, light lunches and Sarah’s homemade cakes, Made to order with the option of takeaway. Loose leaf tea and fresh coffee, hand crafted breads, beautiful quiches and gluten free options. Find us on facebook at ‘the Connies tea room’.
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FATHER’S DAY Sunday 17th June
Father’s Day is always held on the third Sunday of June. It is a day to honor fathers and father ﬁgures, such as grandfathers and fathers-in-law. Many people make a special effort to visit their fathers or to send them a card or gifts. There are some suggestions that the idea of Father’s Day may originate in pagan sun worship. Some branches of paganism see the sun as the father of the universe. Since the summer solstice occurs around the same time of year as Father’s Day, some people see a link between the two. The idea of a special day to honor fathers and celebrate fatherhood was introduced from the United States. There, a woman called Sonora Smart Dodd was inspired by the American Mother’s Day celebrations to plan a day to honor fathers. Father’s Day has been celebrated in June since 1910 in the USA. The celebrations in the United Kingdom are thought to have been inspired by the American custom of Father’s Day.
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Now that summer is around the corner and many people have their summer holidays booked, the all-important beauty countdown has begun, and many women are preparing for beach bods ready to recline on sun loungers supping mojitos! To get in tip-top condition for your holiday, follow our beach babe guide to getting groomed and gorgeous in time for take-off.
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First of all, prepare to tan, ﬁrm up your wobbly bits then get silky skin, glossy locks and gorgeous feet & hands...and you’ll be ready to dazzle.
Tanned skin always looks slimmer and sexier. Before you go on holiday, apply a fake tan either at home or professionally by a salon Try a few sessions at the gym or with a personal trainer before you go away, exercise will help the wobbly bits ﬁrm up, lose weight and the boost of circulation is also great for the skin. We would never recommend crash diets but if you would like to lose a few pounds for the beach, speak to your local slimming consultant.
Try waxing or electrolysis for a long lasting de-fuzzing!
Make sure you have fantastic looking feet when wearing your ﬂip ﬂops by having a pedicure. The same with your hands, try a manicure so your ﬁngers look perfect holding that cocktail.
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Burns 1000 cals an hour! Also Zumba Tone and Zumba Aqua at Midsomer Norton Sports Centre Daytime & evening classes Visit zumba.com for the current timetable
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45 minute outdoor group exercise classes - helping you achieve fantastic results Drop a dress size in a month - or your MoneyBack! 6.30am Chilcompton Recreational Field 6.15pm Midsomer Norton Rugby Club Call Zita on 07970 988128 or visit www.zestbootcamp.co.uk *Pay full price for 1 person get other place 1/2 price
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A trip to the Hairdressers before take-off will ensure your hair is in tip top condition for the sun and don’t be afraid to wear hats on holiday. This will protect your hair from harmful rays. Don’t be afraid to accessorise swimwear or beachwear. It can take the attention away from problem areas and big jewellery makes your body appear smaller. Apart from protecting your eyes, sunglasses are an instant conﬁdence boost, adding allure regardless of what you’re wearing. Lastly, it’s always great to feel your best but as every woman obsesses about at least one part of their body. Remember this and then get on with enjoying yourself, it’s YOUR holiday!
GAMING ZONE Welcome to our Gaming Zone, here we will give you some reviews of the top selling games.
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Cars 2: The Videogame Choose to play as Mater, Lightning McQueen or a brand new character as you train in the international training centre, CHROME, to become a world class spy. Take on dangerous missions, make use of your spy skills in action-packed combat racing and compete to become the fastest racer in the world. You can race against friends and family trying to unlock challenging new tracks, characters, events and exciting spy missions.
Disneyland Adventures Take a journey where stories come to life and dreams come true, right in your own living room! Children, families and Disney fans of all ages, through the controller-free magic of Kinect for Xbox 360, can explore the Disneyland park and engage in challenging quests. Use your bodies and voices to interact with the Disney characters. Maybe you would like to join Peter Pan to battle Captain Hook, give Snow White a hug or high-ﬁve Mickey Mouse.
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Parties run for 2 hours 1 hour activities & 1 hour for food 1-10 children £65 11-20 children £100 Fun Time Bouncy Castle party Parties run for 2 hours 1 hour activities & 1 hour for food 1-10 children £80 11-20 children £125
1 staﬀ member to 10 children Self catering & catering options Catering includes food and party bags and can be arranged for an extra cost of £3.50 per head
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Fingers Out This is a simple guessing game for which you just need two kids! Great for passing the odd waiting moment or car journey.
The children face each other and count to 3. On ‘3’ they put out one hand - either as a ﬁst or with 1, 2 or 3 ﬁngers extended, shouting out at the same time a number between 1 and 6. Add up the number of ﬁngers extended. If a child guessed the exact number of ﬁngers shown they score 2 points. If they guessed nearest the number of ﬁngers shown, they score 1 point. If there is a tie, no points are scored. The ﬁrst to a given number or points perhaps 5 or 10 - wins.
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I Packed My Suitcase I Packed My Suitcase is a classic memory game which is useful for all sorts of occasions, from a doctor’s waiting room to a long car journey! You can adapt it to all ages of kids, and adults enjoy playing as much as children.
The ﬁrst player thinks of a word beginning with the letter ‘a’ and then says, for example: “I packed my suitcase with an apple”. The next player repeats the sentence and adds something beginning with ‘b’, for example: “I packed my suitcase with an apple and a banana”. The next player adds a word beginning with ‘c’: “I packed my suitcase with an apple, a banana and a canary.” Play continues until someone can’t remember the list or makes a mistake. Depending on their age, you can either prompt them or disqualify them! Keep going until all players but one are disqualiﬁed, or until you reach the end of the alphabet. Farrington’s, an award-winning farm shop and activity destination, is launching a brand new fun-ﬁlled outdoor Farm Park; encouraging kids of all ages to get active, learn lots and have fun! Featuring Farrington’s very own Gert the cow, Cowtastic Farm Park will be open to fun-seeking children from the 25th May and aims to be the perfect outdoor destination for young adventurers. Entry starts at just £2.50 per person for a family of 4 with unlimited play. Attractions include a farm style play area complete with Jeep, harvester, animal rockers and a tractor trailer slide, welly throwing, giant boot skittles, grass sledges and its very own fort. For all the animal loving children out there, Cowtastic Farm Park will also play host to a wide variety of farmyard animals, with Shetland ponies, pig, ducks, chickens and donkeys ready to make friends. Children visiting the Park can learn more about the animals, their welfare and care; as well being able to interact with them for an educational day out. The innovative ‘Cow-osk’ will be selling scrumptious snacks, drinks and pocket money gifts to complete a great day out. A special visitor on Saturday 26th May will be Tim Lerwill, author of the renowned Farmer Tim books. He will be reading stories from his series at 11am and 3pm in the Farm Park, as well as signing books which will be on sale at Farrington’s. A farm-themed Children’s Drawing Competition with prizes is also being held and full details can be obtained from Farrington’s Farm Shop. Cowtastic Farm Park will be open every at Farrington’s in Farrington Gurney, Bristol day (see www.farringtons.co.uk for times); and with plenty of other attractions on-site including a café, deli, bakery, plant nursery and gift shop, it’s the perfect day out for all the family!
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Hold a Boat Race Large paper ﬂag for each boat (design your own) Lollipop stick Sticky tape Plastic tray (the sort pre-packed vegetables come it) Stick your ﬂag to the lollipop stick with tape. Use lots of tape to make the stick stand upright in the centre of your boat. To sail pop into a paddling pool or bath tub and blow into the sail!
A nylon sock or a foot from tights or a stocking. Grass seed Sawdust Elastic band Old yogurt pot Googly eyes Paper, buttons, ribbon etc to decorate
A peach or nectarine stone, washed and with any bits of fruit removed Red acrylic paint Green craft foam Cord Strong glue Paint the stone with red paint and leave to dry. Cut a length of cord long enough to go around your neck. Glue to the stone. Cut a stem and leaf shape from the craft foam and glue this to the top of the strawberry. Tie the cord and wear your pretty, summery necklace!
Prior Park is a beautiful 18th century landscape garden, home to one of only four Palladian Bridges in the world. The garden is a great place to come for a family fun day out. We have regular activities on for children, including story telling in the summer house and our explorer tracker packs, available all year round, which give children the chance to discover the wonders of the garden. This summer we have some great events lined up, from children’s outdoor theatre in June to our summer trail in July. We’re open whatever the weather, so if you want to play in the sun or splash about in your wellies, there’s always something to do at Prior Park.
Fill the toe of your sock with grass seed. Top up with sawdust until you have a ball shape. Fasten tightly with the elastic band. Decorate the yogurt pot as the body using, paper, ribbon, and whatever else you can ﬁnd in your craft box! Stand the stocking ball in the pot with the grass seed at the top. Add some eyes and any other decorative bits you like. Keep the yogurt pot topped up with water. After a few weeks your head should grow hair!
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Diamond Jubilee Collage Even the youngest children can enjoy having a go at creating a Diamond Jubilee collage using symbols to represent Queen Elizabeth’s 60 years on the throne.
A soft toy Ribbon in your team’s or country’s colours Paper in your team’s or country’s (or design your own ﬂag) Lolly sticks Safety pins (or fabric glue, or needle and thread) Sticky tape Print-out on card Start by creating a sash for your bear by making a loop of ribbon long enough to slip around your toy’s body (resting on one shoulder). Join the loop with either a safety pin, fabric glue or a couple of stitches. Make a hair band with another length of ribbon. Join the loop with either a safety pin, fabric glue or a couple of stitches. Cut out the badge and tape a safety pin to the back. Pin the badge on to the hair band. To make a ﬂag, cut out a rectangle of coloured paper (or draw you own ﬂag) and tape it to the lolly stick. Tape the ﬂag to the toy’s hand.
We started by drawing the number 60 in gold pen on an A3 sheet of construction paper. The boys were then given a selection of crafty bits and pieces from which to choose. For a more complex collage you might to include photos of the Royal Family, palaces or state coaches, royal symbols such as crowns, sceptres, and even a corgi or two! You could also add Union Jacks and Commonwealth ﬂags.
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23 Jun, Jun, 5.30 5.30 -- 7.30pm 7.30pm 23 The Brothers Grimm spin spin tales tales of of wicked wicked The Brothers Grimm witches, talking talking animals, animals, plucky plucky maidens maidens and and witches, dashing adventurers adventurers in in this this deliciously deliciously dark dark dashing and thrillingly thrillingly inventive inventive show show for for adults adults and and children alike. Music, magic and some of of and children alike. Music, magic and some the best-loved best-loved stories stories ever ever to to have have graced graced the the the stage. stage. Booking is is essential, essential, please please Booking call 0844 0844 249 249 1895 1895 for for tickets tickets and and prices. prices. call
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Meet Peppa Pig at the West Somerset Railway. Take a West Somerset Railway steam train from Bishops Lydeard (near Taunton) to Minehead to meet Peppa Pig who will be doing a ‘meet and greet’ at the railway station at intervals through the day. ----------------------------------Windmill Hill City Farm – Spring Festival. Bedminster, Bristol. Hog roast and barbecue. One day event, community festival with bands, musicians, market stalls, food areas, children’s workshops and craftspeople. 0117 963 3252 ----------------------------------Care for a Pet Day, Horseworld, Whitchurch A day of fun and education brought to you by local pet charities and organisations, giving you the chance to meet a variety of smaller animals including dogs, rabbits, rats and more! 10am - 5pm. Admission price applies -----------------------------------
The Royal Bath and West Show, Shepton Mallet Wednesday 30th May – Saturday 2nd June, 9:00am – 6:00pm With over 600 trade stalls, livestock, the National Cheese Awards and much more there really is something for everyone. Daily gate prices – Adults £22, Children (5-15) £7 Children under 5 years FREE -----------------------------------
Party in the City, Bath. 5:00pm – 11:55pm FREE Party in the City sees Bath explode with music of every kind; folk, rock, pop, choral, jazz, electronic, orchestral, brass, and more. Tel: 01225 463362 -----------------------------------
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Open Day at the Abbey, Glastonbury, 12:00pm With a traditional style 1950s fair including tombolas and coconut shies. www.glastonburyabbey.com ----------------------------------Avon Owls will be showcasing their owls in Wells by the cathedral as part of the jubilee celebrations Meet Ben the working Shire/Dale Horse. Get up close and learn about traditional farming techniques. Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury 10.30am – 4.00pm -----------------------------------
Wild Wednesday at Fyne Court, Bridgwater Can you build the best den or ﬁnd mini beasts in the pond, and just how fast does a snail race? An exciting family event with children added 1 to 12 years 10:00am – 2:00pm. £2.00 per person. Tel: 01823 45158 -----------------------------------
Kids Stuff - Craft Activities, The American Museum, Bath Drop-in with Wiltshire Scrapstore and Resource Centre and have a ball making amazingly creative things with recycled materials. Check the website for what they’re making each day. 1-4pm, included with museum admission Tel: 01225 460503 The American Museum in Britain, Claverton Manor, Bath ----------------------------------‘Buzzing Bees and Fabulous Flowers’ Free Family drop-in activities, crafts celebrating the wonderful world of bees. Age 3 to 12. Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury 10.30am-2.00pm -----------------------------------
Sensational Snakes! Free A selection of snakes to see and touch Somerset Rural Museum, Glastonbury 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm -----------------------------------
9th June and 14th July. Frome Farmers Market A huge range of produce with up to 38 stalls in the historic Cheese & Grain Market Hall venue which boasts an excellent onsite cafe -----------------------------------
Peasedown St John Primary School Summer Fayre, Peasedown St John, Bath 11:00am – 2:00pm. Fun for all the family ----------------------------------Avon Owls will be showcasing their owls at the Fete Day being held at Clare Hall in Ston Easton ----------------------------------Frome Memorial Theatre – There was an old lady who lived in a shoe Tickets: Adults £9.50, Concessions £8.50 (stalls only), Family £32 (2 adults and 2 children) Tel: 01373 462795 -----------------------------------
19th – 24th June Circus at the Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet Gerry Cottle Circus presents 50 years of Circus and Magic. A galaxy of super Star Acts from around the World in a Big New Show! All seats £10.00 www.gerrycottlescircus.co.uk ----------------------------------Discovery Sport in 2012, Radstock Museum, Radstock To celebrate a summer of sport Radstock Museum has invited local sporting clubs to put on a display of the history of their club and their sport and to show what they offer today. In addition stories of local sporting heroes will be covered to make another interesting exhibition. Radstock Museum, Waterloo Road, Radstock, Somerset BA3 3EP -----------------------------------
21st June – 1st July Glastonbury Fringe Festival This event hopes to include music, theatre, dance and visual arts in a series of independently produced events and workshops it will take place in venues throughout Glastonbury town. Tel: 01458 830304 for prices ----------------------------------Sunrise Festival, Gilcombe Farm, Somerset Bring the kids along to Sunrise Celebration 21st-24th June. Four days of fun for the whole family with a kids area to keep the little ones happy from dawn till dusk, organic
food to tantalise the taste buds, foot stomping music to keep the body grooving and talks and workshops for those who want to learn about how to live more sustainably. To see all on offer this year visit the Sunrise website at: www.sunrisecelebration.com -----------------------------------
St Mary’s Primary School Summer Fayre, Writhlington, Radstock, Bath. 3:30pm – 6:30pm Bouncy castle, archery, climbing wall, stalls, games, BBQ, cream teas, musical performance and a Grand Rafﬂe Draw -----------------------------------
Midsomer Norton Fayre Day Activities throughout the High Street and also in the skate park. ----------------------------------Children’s Outdoor Theatre, Prior Park Gardens, Bath If you go into the woods today… The Brothers Grimm spin tales of wicked witches, talking animals and dashing adventures Tickets: Adults £12.50, Children £7.50, Family £35 Booking Essential Tel: 0844 2491895 -----------------------------------
Keynsham Music Festival This festival hosts an outstanding variety of music and performance on four stages as well as a creative arena, interesting stalls and locally sourced food www.keynshammusicfestival.co.uk ----------------------------------T4 on the Beach. Sunday 1st July 11am - 6pm The Beach, Weston-super-Mare For more details and tickets: visit Channel 4’s website www.channel4.com/entertainment/t4/ -----------------------------------
6th – 15th July. Frome Festival At the heart of this Festival are arts events; but walks, talks, and workshops covering a wide range of interest and activities, make up a signiﬁcant proportion of what is on offer. www.fromefestival.co.uk ----------------------------------Priddy Folk Festival Our 21st Year. A very friendly, family festival. Excellent concerts and dances, masses of free entertainment for the family on Saturday and Sunday. See website for details. Friday evening, all day Saturday and all day Sunday Priddy Village near Wells Somerset BA5 3BB
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! ? P U S ’ T A H W Ice Age: Continental Drift 3D The much loved animated heroes are back again in 3D as they embark upon their biggest adventure yet in the fourth instalment of the Ice Age series. In this great adventure Scrat, his friends and the world itself are lead to the brink of disaster. On their quest to return back home to safety the group of pals must battle pirates and a continental catastrophe along their way.
Top Cat: The Movie Based on the much loved cartoon that captured the imagination of both children and adults more than ﬁfty year ago; Benny the Ball, Fancy Fancy, Choo Choo, Spook, Brains and the leader of the gang TC (Top Cat) are back! TC and his feline gang are back at war, in Hoagy’s Alley, when the menacing Police Chief Strickland moves to the town, ousting Ofﬁcer Dibble. With his robotic police force, Strickland threatens to be the worse enemy that the gang has ever faced. TC and his gang are pushed to cash in on another on their nine lives as they overcome the reign of Ofﬁcer Strickland and claw their way back to the top. This ‘tiptop’ adventure is purrfect for all the family!
Beauty And The Beast 3D The magical Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast, returns to the screens in Disney Digital 3D. The amazing journey of Belle, a clever and beautiful young woman who is taken by a hideous beast to his castle, is brought back to life with stunning new 3D imagery. Regardless of her precarious situation, Belle becomes friends with the castle’s enchanted staff including; a candelabra, a mantel clock, a teapot and many more. In this charming tale, Belle ultimately learns to see beneath the Beast’s exterior to discover that he has the heart and soul of a Prince.
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Snorghs don’t share their soup, they don’t have visitors and they deﬁnitely don’t like adventures. However, when a bedraggled sailor turns up on his doorstep telling him stories of exotic lands, the Snorgh ﬁnds himself going on an adventure after all. This witty and touching story, packed full of emotion, tells how a lonely old creature is transformed by an unlikely friendship and the discovery that we can do the most amazing things, if we dare to.
By Karen Inglis, 7+ Stella and Tom, her younger brother, have moved to their new home in London. It’s not long before they become intrigued with their elderly neighbour’s dog Harry as he keeps disappearing and then returning wetthrough. Where does he go? The two children, over their summer holidays, embark upon a quest to solve this mystery. They soon discover a boat that has been buried and a tunnel that leads them to a secret lake. But who is the terriﬁed boy rowing towards them and whose are those children’s voices coming from beyond the woods? Stella and Tom discover that they have travelled back in time to their house and gardens as they were one hundred years earlier. As the story unfolds, Stella and Tom uncover some startling connections between the past and the present.
The Emerald Atlas: The Books of Beginning By John Stephens, 9+ One frozen night, when the world was covered with a blanket of snow, Kate, Michael and Emma were taken from their beds. Ever since that night, Kate has been haunted by the silhouette of a tall, thin man. Ten years later, after spending time in a number of miserable orphanages and the memories of their parents now a blur, the children arrive at Cambridge Falls. However there is something strange about this place, Kate is sure she has seen the dark, crooked house before. As the children start to explore the house they discover an old, empty leather book. Upon touching the book an ancient magical prophecy is set in motion. This is a fantastic magical adventure story. The ﬁrst thrilling book in the most exciting children’s fantasy series since Harry Potter!
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Due to so many fantastic achievements we ran out of space! But don’t worry your photo will be in the next edition of Hey!
Abby Fear has passed her grade 1 in clarinet, well done Abby, keep up the good work.
Adele Carver aged 6 has passed her Puma grade 2 with distinction at DES TKD. Great work Adele, keep it up. Aimee Winﬁeld and Cora Telling both aged 7 have raised £3.37 for Time is Precious charity. Well done girls, a fantastic effort.
Alicia Brown aged 11 took part in the gymnastics competition at Writhlington Sports Centre and was awarded with her medal for excellent performance, well done Alicia.
Zak Payne has been awarded Jumblies Champion, well done Zak, great work.
Alﬁe Ripley has achieved his bronze mathletics award, great work Alex, keep it up.
Zak Norris has passed his level 2 in swimming, well done Zak, great work.
Emily Beacham took part in a athletics competition, well done Emily, keep up the hard work.
Cerys Perret has been awarded a certiﬁcate for taking part in a hockey tournament at Norton Hill School, well done Cerys.
Charlie Pike has been awarded a medal for her superb gymnastics, well done Charlie.
Tia Russell has passed her level 4 in swimming, well done Tia, great work.
Alice Wells aged 10 has been awarded with swimathon medal for swimming 5K at Norton Radstock Swimming Club.
Alex Newton aged 6 has been awarded his trophy for his football skills and also achieved a new badge for Beavers. Well done Alex, great work.
Bessie Cray was awarded with an outstanding Anya Pike was awarded Benjamin Penney has performance with a trophy for been awarded a trophy award for Dance taking part in a Tug of from Midsomer Norton Umbrella, great War competition, well Rugby club to celebrate work Bessie. done Anya! his part in the team, keep up the good work Benjamin.
Zebekiah Askew aged 7 has passed his PUMA grade 1 in TKD, great work Zebekiah, well done.
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Bethany Hurlow aged 6 has been awarded with the Governor’s Cup at Farrington Gurney Primary School for excellent behaviour and hard work, well done Bethany.
Amber Hodges aged 10 attended the APEX workshop for working with water colours, well done Amber, good work.
Grace Piper-Paddock, Evie Gilland and Jack Gould represented Purnells Netball Club and took part in the ﬁrst ever ‘High 5’ (under 9’s) netball tournament at Wells Blue school. Well done to you all, keep up the great work. Corey Walkes recently competed in the National trampolining Championships ﬁnal and won it! Corey was presented with his trophy by Kat Driscoll, GB’s number 1 trampolinist. A fantastic achievement Corey, very well done.
Courtney Sperring aged 10 walked 3 miles to raise money for Dorothy House Foundation, a fabulous achievement Courtney, well done.
Daisy Collier aged 10 has achieved her level 2 bikability award, great work Daisy, well done.
Diarmuid Curtain aged 9 has been awarded his certiﬁcate for swimming 20 metres, well done Diarmuid, a great achievement.
Eddie Ravensdale has been presented with his silver award in mathletics, great work Eddie, well done.
Charlotte Askew aged 11 recently won a cross country inter schools event, Charlotte beat the runners from all other schools to take ﬁrst place. A great achievement Charlotte, well done.
Eloise Bryant has passed her stage 2 in swimming, great work Eloise, well done.
Cameron Taylor aged 6 has passed his 50 metre swimming award and also his award 1 in football too, well done Cameron, keep it up.
Ethan Moffat has been awarded Jumblies champion, great work Ethan, well done.
Harry Londricombe has passed his black belt in Tae Kwon Do, fantastic news Harry, very well done.
Jasmine Billit aged 5 has achieved her stage 1 in swimming, great work jasmine, keep it up.
Evie Randall has been awarded her stage 3 in swimming, fantastic Evie, well done.
Hannah Plumley aged 9 has been awarded her grade 1 with merit for her clarinet playing, great work Hannah, keep it up.
Holly Corrigan aged 5 has been awarded his Goldﬁsh 2 badge for swimming, well done Holly.
Jack Brown aged 6 has joined the 2nd Paulton Beavers, well done Jack.
George Cowan has been awarded hi stage 4 in swimming, great work George, well done.
Harriet Marsh aged 8 has been awarded the most improved student award for Tae Kwon Do, wow Harriet, well done.
Holly Williams took part in the Sport Relief Mile to raise money for charity, well done Holly, great work.
Jack Street was awarded 2nd place with distinction on the ﬂoor and vault at the recent gymnastics competition at Writhlington Sports centre, well done Jack, keep up the great work.
Georgia Lane aged 8 has achieved her level 3 and level 4 in swimming, well done Georgia, keep up the good work.
Harry Harmer aged 7 took part and completed the Sport relief mile, well done Harry, great work.
Iris Gurner has passed her grade 1 in clarinet, fantastic achievement Iris, well done.
James Tottman has been awarded his grade 2 in clarinet, great work James, well done.
Hannah Elliot has been awarded grade 1 with merit for her clarinet playing, fantastic work Hannah, well done.
Harry Lane age 5 has achieved his 4th belt (green belt) in martial arts, well done Harry, a fantastic achievement.
Isabelle Filer aged 6 has achieved her level 7 in gymnastics and also her level 1 in swimming, keep up the great work Isabelle.
Izabella Harris aged 9 has gained her Blue Belt /Red Stripe in her recent grading at Jamie Woodlands Black Belt Academy. A superb achievement Izabella, well done.
Jasmine Presley aged 10 took part in a recent APEX workshop on The Secret Garden, well done Jasmine, keep up the hard work.
Joe Veater aged 7 was presented with his trophy after taking part in the Shoot South West Academy for football, well done Joe.
Jay Lund has passed his black belt in Tae Kwon Do at Jamie Woodlands Black Belt Academy, great work Jay, keep it up.
Kane Hinge has achieved an award for gymnastics, well done Kane, a great achievement.
Lewis Taylor has been awarded with his Maths magician award, well done Lewis, keep up the good work.
Kobi Jardine aged 11 has been awarded a certiﬁcate for tag rugby and also took part in a nightmare night hike across the Mendips, great work Kobi, well done.
Tommy Parry has passed his green belt in Tae Kwon Do, well done Tommy, keep up the hard work.
Tommy Sheppard aged 5 has passed his grade 5 in swimming, great work Tommy, well done.
Jemma Young has passed her grade 1 with distinction playing her alto saxophone, a fantastic achievement Jemma, well done.
Keeley Simmones has been awarded Jumblies champion, great work Keeley, well done.
Jenson Harris aged 7 has gained his Green Belt after his recent grading at Jamie Woodlands Black Belt Academy. Well done Jenson, a superb achievement.
Jessica Winﬁeld aged 11 has achieved 3rd place in the under 11’s girls novice in the National trampolining championships. WOW Jessica, well done.
Laura Palmer aged 11 won a Bike it sticker competition and also took part in a tag rugby competition and achieved a swimming award. Keep up the great work Laura.
Layla Blackwood aged 7 took part in a recent gymnastics competition at Writhlington Sports Centre, well done Layla. Joshua Mobbs achieved his Little PUMA Black Belt at the DES TKD school of Taekwondo, received his 10 metre swimming certiﬁcate, a Silver award in mathletics and was the winner of his school sports cup. WOW Joshua, you are a true sporting hero, well done.
Kira Brown aged 9 has attended the APEX workshop on working with Water Colours, well done Kira.
Yasmin Russell has passed her stage 2 in swimming, fantastic achievement Yasmin, well done.
Zea Masterton has passed her grade 4 in swimming and also her green tag in Tae Kwon Do, well done Zea, keep up the good work.
Trinity Pritchard took part in Susan Hill’s Dance school’s ‘Let’s Dance 2012’ at the Forum in Bath, well done Trinity, keep up the dancing.
Lauren Moore has achieved a silver chief scout award, great work Lauren, keep it up.
Libby Maggs aged 6 performed at ‘Let’s Dance 2012’ as part of Susan Hill School of Dance. Well done Libby, well done.
Maisie Jones aged 10 has passed her grade 6 in trampolining, well done Maisie, great work.
Matthew Cleaves aged 8 Maisy Vranch aged has passed his level 5 in 9 came 5th in the swimming, great work writhlington invitational Matthew, keep it up. ﬂoor & vault gymnastics competition on the 22nd April. Well done Maisy, great effort.
Olivia Davis aged 11 plays football for Purnell’s under 11’s and took part in a recent tournament. Well done Olivia, keep up the great foot work.
Narissa Nadin aged 10 has been awarded her bronze mathletics award, well done Narissa, great work.
Lily Denning aged 7 has joined Rainbows, well done Lily, I am sure you will have a great time.
Molly Cowan has achieved her swimming award and also her bronze in mathletics, well done Molly, 2 great achievements.
Niamh Curtain aged 9 has passed her exams in dance, in both tap and modern theatre, great work Niamh, well done.
Lucy Jackson aged 7 has passed her stage 4 in swimming, well done Lucy, great work.
Megan Billit aged 5 has passed her stage 1 in swimming, well done Megan, great work.
Morgan Norley aged 11 has passed her bronze in mathletics, well done Morgan, good work.
Millie Vranch aged 6 has passed her level 4 in gymnastics and also won 2 gold medals at the writhlington invitational ﬂoor & vault gymnastics competition. Fantastic achievement Millie.
Mya Gardener aged took part in a recent sewing competition with her fabulous work and came 2nd, well done Mya, keep up the hard work.
Lydia Newton aged 10 has achieved her level 1 bike certiﬁcate and also took part in a showtime course at Kilve Court, well done Lydia, great work.
Mia Vickery has achieved her Mathletics bronze award, well done Mia, keep up the hard work.
Nathan Dicks aged 7 was awarded player of the year for the under 7’s in rugby, a fabulous achievement Nathan, well done.
Megan Oram aged 10 gave a fantastic performance as Gretel in last month’s Exit Stage Left’s Hansel and Gretel pantomime at Kilmersdon. This was Megan’s ﬁrst real speaking part in a proper production and she remembered all her lines! Megan, who is in Year 6 at Farrington Gurney Church of England Primary School, is looking forward to more acting and singing opportunities as she has truly caught the bug! Well done Megan.
Paige White took part in a dance show and was also awarded a juvenile award for ballet, well done Paige, keep up the great work.
Phoebe Sheldon aged 7 has passed her stage 6 in swimming. Well done Phoebe, keep up the hard work.
Roberta Bland aged 11 Rebecca Coombs aged has been awarded with 2nd place in a recent 9 has achieved her swimming gala as part Level 7 Trampoline of Norton Radstock Proﬁciency Award. Swimming Club, well Well Done Rebecca, done Roberta. great work.
Savannah Young was awarded 1st place at a recent trampolining competition, well done Savannah.
Stacey Curtis came 2nd in juvenile accessories solo in majorettes, well done Stacey, great work.
Siobhan Curtain aged 7 has passed her exam in dance, well done Siobhan, keep up the great work.
Spencer Greenhalgh was presented with his trophy after taking part in the Shoot South West Academy for football, well done Spencer.
Pippa Llewellyn has achieved her stage 6 in swimming, well done Pippa, great work.
Rosie Williams has achieved her stage 5 in swimming and also completed the sports relief mile, well done Rosie, a true sports woman.
Sebastian Roughan aged 6 has passed his level 5 in vault in gymnastics, great work Sebastian, well done.
Sophie Penney has been awarded a medal by Midsomer Norton Rugby Club for her great playing, well done Sophie, keep it up.
Poppy Davis aged 6 has passed her stage 2 in swimming, well done Poppy, great work.
Sam Deacon-Law aged 4 has passed his level 1,2 and 3 in trampolining, great work Sam, well done.
Rebecca Cleaves aged 10 has taken part in the Dance Umbrella performance in Bath, well done Rebecca, keep up the great work.
Samuel Smith aged 10 has been awarded with the Chief Scouts Silver Award with the 1st Midsomer Norton scout Group, well done Samuel.
Sebastian Jones aged 9 took part in a recent gymnastics competition at Writhlington Sports Centre, well done Sebastian, great work.
Sonny Clayton aged 5 has achieved his stage 1 in swimming and also ran the sport relief mile, well done Sonny, a great effort.
Tallulah Plant aged 10 took part in a recent gymnastics competition at Writhlington Sports Centre, well done Tallulah, great work.
Tara Davey aged 10 has received a rosette for riding her pony on a 3 mile ride at Wellow Fun Ride, well done Tara, keep up the good work.
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Published on Jun 24, 2012