Parents rescue school's Christmas production

PUBLISHED: 14:15 10 December 2008 | UPDATED: 15:56 11 May 2010

THE Tannery Drift School production. 3249DW001

THE Tannery Drift School production. 3249DW001

PARENTS came to the rescue to help a school put on its Christmas production. A flood in a storage area at Tannery Drift School, Royston, meant costumes and props due to be used in the play, Born in a Barn were badly damaged. The school appealed to parents

THE Roman Way School Nativity play. 3261DW002

PARENTS came to the rescue to help a school put on its Christmas production.

A flood in a storage area at Tannery Drift School, Royston, meant costumes and props due to be used in the play, Born in a Barn were badly damaged.

The school appealed to parents for assistance in replacing the costumes, and they came up trumps.

A spokesman for the school said: "The children looked wonderful. It was a brilliant performance and they all worked extremely hard to learn their words and the songs included in the play."

Roman Way School in Royston also staged a traditional nativity play this week.


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