All is safely gathered in at Kelsey School

Children at Kelsey Primary School enjoyed their annual Harvest Festival celebration,'Families and friends joined the children at All Hallows Church in North Kelsey, where they were welcomed by the  Rev Judy Mcann.'During the festival, hymns were sung, there were readings and drama from children in  class 3, with members of classes one and two also performing a song.'Members of the Glee Club were in fine voice for the singing of Seeds of Friendship.'The final prayer was given by the Rev  Mcann, who is pictured with senior teacher Joanne  Webster and some of the pupils in the church.'At the end of the festival,  there was time for both the children and adults to enjoy some welcome refreshments.'(Lin)

Children at Kelsey Primary School enjoyed their annual Harvest Festival celebration,'Families and friends joined the children at All Hallows Church in North Kelsey, where they were welcomed by the Rev Judy Mcann.'During the festival, hymns were sung, there were readings and drama from children in class 3, with members of classes one and two also performing a song.'Members of the Glee Club were in fine voice for the singing of Seeds of Friendship.'The final prayer was given by the Rev Mcann, who is pictured with senior teacher Joanne Webster and some of the pupils in the church.'At the end of the festival, there was time for both the children and adults to enjoy some welcome refreshments.'(Lin)

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Children at Kelsey Primary School enjoyed their annual Harvest Festival celebration,

Families and friends joined the children at All Hallows Church in North Kelsey, where they were welcomed by the Rev Judy Mcann.

During the festival, hymns were sung, there were readings and drama from children in class 3, with members of classes one and two also performing a song.

Members of the Glee Club were in fine voice for the singing of Seeds of Friendship.

The final prayer was given by the Rev Mcann, who is pictured with senior teacher Joanne Webster and some of the pupils in the church.

At the end of the festival, there was time for both the children and adults to enjoy some welcome refreshments.

(Lin)