Samba and singing at Mary Elton harvest service

PUBLISHED: 12:00 31 October 2015

Mary Elton Primary School harvest celebrations.

Mary Elton Primary School harvest celebrations.

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Youngsters at a primary school in Clevedon took part in a samba as part of their harvest celebrations.

Mary Elton Primary School in Holland Road held a number of activities which started with donating their gifts in the hall and was followed by a year five performance of The Enormous Turnip, enthusiastically led by teacher, Julie Kinsley.

Pupils then listened to a speech by year two members on how bread is made before taking part in a fantastic rendition of The Big Red Combine Harvester.

Members of Clevedon’s Foodbank also attended to reveal where the donations will go and, after a prayer service, drew a close to this year’s celebrations with one of the pupils’ favourite songs, Harvest Samba.


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