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Hethersett's Got Talent

The open weekend kicked off with a Hethersett's Got Talent event in Hethersett Village Hall where eight acts battled it out for the top trophy.

Dancers, vocalists, a classical violin quartet and possibly the worst act you are ever likely to see (by their own admission) took part in a fun evening that was a thoroughly enjoyable start to the weekend of events.

The top prize went to young Mia Stebbings for her modern dance routine which included moonwalking and the worm. Judges praised Mia for her classic interpretation, energy and skill.

Second place went to singer Emily Ellwood and third was Gemma Walsh.

There was a special mention for Hethersett's answer to Jedward, Redward, better known as James Rice and Ollie Armstrong who were taking time out from organising the following day's Sport in the Park event to produce a blood curdling display of  out of tune singing that rally summed up the event - full of fun and energy. Thankfully the other contestants showed a greater amount of skill!!!!! The evening was kicked off by dance trio Passion Production.

The packed hall of parents, supporters and friends thoroughly enjoyed the evening which was the perfect light-hearted way of kicking off the celebrations. Refreshments were served by Heather Williamson and her helpers.

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