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What a perfect day for the school summer fete. There were too many stalls, attractions and competitions to name however highlights have to include Mrs Ashworth dressed as a unicorn, complete with blow up bottom and legs and the Great St Nicks Bake Off. The inaugural Great St Nicks Ba Off was judged by Rev Paul Cubitt from St Nicholas Church, North Walsham. In the competition for the under 8s Ottilie Wilson won the small cake section with her pink and purple building block cakes. Rev Cubitt was impressed by the colourful icing and Ottilie's additions of words she had written on flags which she had used to decorate the cakes. Ivy Bird won the large cake section with a delicious chocolate cake smothered in buttercream and chocolate buttons. Runners up were Otto Gleeson for his 'fantastic faces' cupcakes and Isabelle Bird for her fruit cake made with spelt flour.

The 8-11year category had some fierce competition in the large cake section but Ella Fraser was Rev Cubitt's winner with her cake 'Fairy Delight'. Ella decorated her triple layer Victoria sponge with colourful sweets, fairy decoration and a handmade flower arch. The judge described Ella's creation as both beautiful and delicious and could see that she had spent a huge amount of time over it. Rev Cubitt found choosing a runner up so challenging that he decided to taste all the entries for a second time before awarding runner up rosettes to Myrtle Gleeson (10) for her marbled chocolate ring cake and Adam Cannon (11) for his carrot and walnut cake with buttercream icing. Molly Dewing (8) took the winners rosette in the small cake category with her vanilla cupcakes topped with pink buttercream swirls and sugar flowers which looked delectable served in pretty tea cups.

Rev Cubitt had no hesitation in naming Ella Fraser as his overall winner presenting her with a signed cookery book kindly donated by Delia Smith.
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SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUB - 25TH JULY UNTIL 5TH SEPTEMBER
Come and jon our Summer Holiday Club -it is for children aged 2-7 years. There will be lots of activities * salt dough creating * water & ice play * perfume making * dancing * summer sensory tough spot exploring * cooking * kite flying * performances * outings * nature walks * art *
For more details please contact Alice Goodspeed on 07497 516918 or alg@stnicholashouse.com
SOCCER STARS FOOTBALL SUMMER CAMP AT ST NICKS
Soccer Stars are running a number of holiday camps over the summer with one taking place at St Nicks on 30th and 31st August. The camps will be run by qualified coaches who are all CRB checked, and will ensure all children are safe and have fun throughout the day. The camps will involve a number of sports and games including football dodgeball and tennis. Please ensure children bring a packed lunch and drink with them. To sign your child up to any of our camps you MUST send your child’s name and your contact details to us (details below), along with the camp(s) you wish to attend. Any extra camp details will be sent to you once you sign up. There is no need to pay up front, but cash only will be accepted on the day. Cost £15 one day or £25for two days. Times 09.30 - 15.00
To contact us please email soccerstarscoaching@yahoo.co.uk, or call/text Kris – 07766222021 or visit our website – www.soccerstarscoaching.co.uk
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