GALLERY: Books brought to life in Little Downham

PUBLISHED: 14:59 04 November 2013 | UPDATED: 14:59 04 November 2013

Downham Feoffees school, little Downham. The children came to school dressed as their favourite book character for Book Week. Picture: Steve Williams.

Downham Feoffees school, little Downham. The children came to school dressed as their favourite book character for Book Week. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Much-loved characters from the world of books and literature were brought to life at Little Downham Feoffees Primary School on Friday.

Pupils from all year groups were involved in a week-long ‘book week’ at the village school, culminating in a fancy dress day where pupils could swap their uniforms for the guise of their favourite book characters.

There were plenty of witches and wizards on hand, along with an abundance of the cult TV and book character, Worzel Gummidge.

On Friday afternoon, the pupils and staff also took part in a musical theatre workshop, singing many of their favourite songs from books.

The annual event raises money for school funds.


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