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Hillside's end-of-term celebrations

PUBLISHED: 11:49 16 April 2009 | UPDATED: 09:17 11 May 2010

Hillside Primary Choir visit Cherry Road housing complex to sing to the residents.

Hillside Primary Choir visit Cherry Road housing complex to sing to the residents.

The end of the Spring Term was marked by special celebrations at Hillside Primary School and Nursery.

The Friends of Hillside Association planned an egg decorating competition for all the children.

The end of the Spring Term was marked by special celebrations at Hillside Primary School and Nursery.

The Friends of Hillside Association planned an egg decorating competition for all the children. The entries were of a very high standard and presented PCSO Bob Lawless and his wife Bernie the judges, with a very difficult task.

During the afternoon the school hall was buzzing with chatter as parents and friends of the school enjoyed cakes and tea. However, voices were hushed as the school choir presented a variety of songs to entertain as part of the special fund raising event.


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