Clevedon’s Got Talent

PUBLISHED: 11:00 07 December 2010

Clevedon Community Centre in Princes Road. Perfomers taking part in talent contest.

Clevedon Community Centre in Princes Road. Perfomers taking part in talent contest.

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TALENTED dancers, singers and musicians performed their hearts out during a talent competition in Clevedon.

Alice Ellison with the award she scooped at the final of Clevedon's Got Talent

The final of Clevedon’s Got Talent was put on at the community centre on November 27 with categories for junior and senior acts.

Organised by The Rotary Club of Clevedon, the contest saw competitors take part in two rounds of heats held in October before reaching the final.

The winner of the junior class, for people aged nine to 18, was 12-year-old Alice Ellison, who was presented with the annual Souk Cup for her dance routine.

Five runners-up were named as Lily Hanks, Chloe Hayden, Las Chicas and David Warnes.

The senior section was won by Chance2Dance for the group’s robotic display and the dancers were presented with the Hugh Gough Memorial Trophy. Colin Vick was second and John Prescott third.

Proceeds raised through Clevedon’s Got Talent will go toward refurbishment of the Princes Hall and community centre in Princes Road.


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