Top young talent to battle for awards
PUBLISHED: 14:02 30 November 2006 | UPDATED: 13:39 04 May 2010
SINGING, dancing and live music will be at Witchford Village Hall tomorrow (Friday), as 15 acts take to the stage for a talent show. Witchford Youth Team s 10th annual show will see prizes awarded for categories including best dance act, best singer and
SINGING, dancing and live music will be at Witchford Village Hall tomorrow (Friday), as 15 acts take to the stage for a talent show.
Witchford Youth Team's 10th annual show will see prizes awarded for categories including best dance act, best singer and best band, with an overall best entertainer prize.
A judging panel including local councillors and youth workers will decide on the winners, and there will be presentations from past winners, refreshments and prizes to be won in a raffle.
Lead youth support worker at Witchford Youth Club, Adam Lacey, said: "The show has been a big success for the past nine years, so get tickets quickly before they sell out."
All proceeds from the event will go towards Witchford village youth projects and Witchford Parish Council, the youth team and Witchford Millennium volunteer project are sponsoring the event.
INFO: Doors will open at 7pm at Witchford Village Hall (next to the social club at the recreation ground). Tickets are available from the youth office on 01353 778341 or at email@example.com No tickets are available on the door.
Tickets are priced £5 for adults, £3 for children and pensioners and £1 for youth club members.
Front row, from left to right: Chelsea Thompson, Natalie Wenn, Jodie Youngs, Elizabeth Cogram. Back row, left to right: Alex Greig, Adam Lacey, Becky Rawling and Dave Rawling.
Photo: HELEN DRAKE
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