Sparkling show proves Bailiff’s got talent . . .

Star for a night at Bailiff Bridge Primary School.'Amed Salama, ten, Lauren Hare, ten, Harris Moulson, nine and back Rosie Williams, as the human fruit machine
Star for a night at Bailiff Bridge Primary School.'Amed Salama, ten, Lauren Hare, ten, Harris Moulson, nine and back Rosie Williams, as the human fruit machine

TALENTED young performers had their moment in the spotlight at their school’s annual Star for a Night competition.

Pupils from Bailiff Bridge Junior and Infant school took to the stage at the event where over 30 contestants, who had all volunteered to take part, entertained the audience by singing a song or performing a variety act.

As well as performances throughout the evening from youngsters, who were all aiming to impress a panel of judges, there was a range of other entertainment on offer.

A variety of stalls, a barbecue and games provided fun for families and children and in the process raised funds for the school.

Despite the wet day the children still managed to shine and this year’s winners were Lauren and Chelsea Kershaw, Jessica Moffatt and Caitlin Large.

A huge thank you was given to members of the Friends of Bailiff Bridge School (F.O.B.B.S), staff and volunteers who worked incredibly hard in both setting up and clearing up the event.

The celebration night has become a tradition at Bailiff Bridge School over the last eight years.

It has grown in success to become, for many pupils, parents and staff, the community highlight of the year.

Money raised from the night will provide school equipment and resources.