Nailsea Music Festival is huge success

PUBLISHED: 17:00 03 December 2010

Nailsea School, Nailsea Music Festival. Town Council Chairman Rod Lees presenting certificates to winners in the piano classes Charlotte Jackson(12), Isabella Wynn(10) and Sam Burns-Jones(9)

Nailsea School, Nailsea Music Festival. Town Council Chairman Rod Lees presenting certificates to winners in the piano classes Charlotte Jackson(12), Isabella Wynn(10) and Sam Burns-Jones(9)

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Nailsea Music Festival is huge success

MUSIC rang out from Nailsea School as more than 240 people took part in the town’s festival of music.

People of all ages performed their favourite pieces on a range of musical instruments, gave impressive drama and speech performances and sang popular numbers for their audiences.

Chairman Cynthia Dobson said: “We had people of all ages taking part, from adults right down to children aged six and under.

“We had lots of speech, drama, singing and piano entries. It was a great success and the first time we’ve held it in Nailsea School, which was a superb venue.”


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