Schools 'Wow' the crowds with their Christmas performances
As usual Crowcombe and Stogumber schools each put on a Christmas play this year.
Crowcombe's revolved around the true meaning of Christmas, involving Victorian royalty, WW1 truces, fairytale characters, a nativity and, og course, Father Christmas!
Stogumber's play is always written by the children of Class Two, from an initial brief based on the termly topic. This year's performance was based on evolution and early humans, with a paeleolithic nativity shining at its heart.
See performance and cast photos in our gallery area.