Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art

PUBLISHED: 13:02 20 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:02 20 October 2017

Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art

Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art

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Children and staff from the sister schools of Anthony Curton Primary in Walpole St Peter and Tilney All Saints celebrated harvest festival in their village.

Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art
Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art

churches. Children sang traditional harvest hymns and songs, read poems and presented art work to their congregations.

Year 6 council members Jaylynn Cousins and Tom Parfett, from Anthony Curton, and Charlie Davis and Sorcha Friel from Tilney All Saints, represented their peers at their sister school service, which were both officiated by Reverend Martin Dale.

Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art
Village children celebrate harvest with songs, poems and art

Donations from both services were handed over to Maarten Klem from King’s Lynn Food Bank.

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