Aylsham appeal puts drama students in spotlight
- Credit: Aylsham High School
Drama students at Aylsham High School are counting on the community's help to put them in the spotlight.
They are bidding to bag a cash windfall from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
The drama department wants to buy a set of lights that the whole
community can use.
It already has a set of built-in lights for its regular musicals and plays, but the new lights will be freestanding and portable, meaning that more groups which use Aylsham High School's hall can make use of them.
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Teacher Tanya Wiseman said: 'We hope that as many as people as possible will vote for our project if they're shopping in Tesco.'
Voting is open in store throughout May and June.