GALLERY: Viva’s first Eggstravaganza is cracking good fun

14:57 22 April 2014

Aaron Lord, Wendy Lane and Dan Lane

Aaron Lord, Wendy Lane and Dan Lane

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A magic show, assault course, face-painting and plenty of games made for a memorable first Viva Eggstravaganza on Good Friday.

Members of the Viva Youth Theatre Group played host to hundreds of visitors at The Brook, in Soham, for a day of fun and games, which raised more than £800 for the group.

The money will be put towards the cost of the group’s next production, Les Miserables, due to be performed in July.

Hetti Wood, Viva volunteer, said: “It was great fun, we had a fantastic time. We had lots of people come through the doors so we were really pleased. We’re already looking at making this an annual event.”

Visit the Viva website, www.viva-group.org.uk for more information.

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