Caterham Foodbank has received a big helping hand from the pupils of Warlingham Village School after Year Five students put on a special harvest festival performance.
Nearby St Christopher’s Church was packed out with fellow pupils and their families as the Year 5 pupils performed a special themed musical called ‘It’s a little bit CORNy’.
“The title itself may be a bit corny but no-one was complaining after the performance,” said Warlingham Village’s deputy head Anna Hallett. “The children put on a wonderful and highly entertaining display, and everyone who attended had a great time. Well done Miss Stone and her class for producing such a great show – and also one which made such a real difference to such a deserving cause.”
The performance rounded off what has been a busy first half of the autumn term at Warlingham Village, a member of the GLF Schools multi-academy trust.
“I’d like to thank all the families who attended, not only for their huge encouragement of the children, but also for their great generosity with the gifts that they brought," added Mrs Hallett.
"We like to think of Warlingham Village as being part of the wider local community.”
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