Young talent from Stalham, Sheringham and North Walsham celebrated at North Norfolk District Council civic reception

Peter Moore, chairman of North Norfolk District Council, with junior members of Stalham Brass Band.

Peter Moore, chairman of North Norfolk District Council, with junior members of Stalham Brass Band. From left: Kiera Scott, Rhys Andrews, Henry Brooker and Mark Soria. Picture: PIERRE BUTIKOFER - Credit: Archant

North Norfolk's talented young people took centre stage at this year's civic reception, hosted by North Norfolk District Council chairman Peter Moore.

Scores of dignitaries and families gathered at The Atrium arts centre, in North Walsham, to celebrate the children's diverse skills.

Guests enjoyed the music of Stalham Brass Band's junior section, songs from the Easter community production of the musical Annie which was recently staged at Sheringham Little Theatre, and excerpts from North Walsham High School's musical show Footloose which was performed at The Atrium last month.

North Walsham High School pupils who guided guests to the venue and acted as waiters and waitresses were commended by many for their politeness and friendliness.


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