Filby Youngsters prove they have talent as they wow village hall audience

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom.
Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom. Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb - Credit: Archant

Children at a village school have shown they have got bucket loads of talent.

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom.
Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom. Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb - Credit: Archant

Pupils at Filby Primary School have taken part in Filby's Got Talent at the village hall, which saw more than 150 people cheer on the youngsters.

The 14 acts showed off singing, instrument playing, dancing, story telling, joke telling and hula hooping skills.

With the support of teachers the children also wrote to both local and larger companies asking for donations for a raffle prize and they also designed tickets, programmes and a logo, even deciding on cost and prices.

The four judges were Adrian Thompson, Sally Shaw, Sue Smith and PSCO Paul Edwards.

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom.
Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom. Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb - Credit: Archant


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Medals were handed out by judges to all involved in the show and the results were: in first place Sophia Cullen (singing), second place Bryony Fance (Hula hooping) and in third place was Emily Whiting Brown (singing).

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom.
Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb

Filby's Got Talent saw 14 acts perfrom. Pictures supplied by Kerry Webb - Credit: Archant

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