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Mars. The next performance was a game show called “Little Big Horn: Ultimate Battle”. Much hysteria echoed around the room with Attie getting a towel in his face (not an egg like Simon Cowell!). Next was “Pick ‘n’ Mix” which involved most of Woodpecker singing “The A


The Group at Whitby Abbey


Team” by Ed Sheeran. There was also a whole host of other great acts and after a long decision (even involving the bus driver) the results came in: Little Diamonds and Pick ‘n’ Mix came joint first place. They both enjoyed a lovely time in the games room playing ping pong (without the table) and pool (thankfully, with the table).


Friday signalled the end of our trip, but it wasn’t all over as an action packed day at Lightwater Valley Theme Park awaited them! It was fab apart from the stupidly overpriced Angry Birds gift shop with tennis ball size plush Angry Birds toy starting at £8.99 EACH! We didn’t see the point in buying one, however Mrs Willan couldn’t resist the temptation to buy one for her dog, Crumble (a.k.a the cutest dog in the world). Many fun hours were spent making ourselves very wet and nearly sick but having the time of their lives. Unfortunately their departure was delayed by an hour when Eden Moss made his final trip on the hideous “Eagle’s Claw”, promptly getting stuck on the ride and having to be freed by the engineer! Once we got moving on the bus, the long three hour journey went like a flash even with a 2⅟₂ minute wee stop (that’s all we were allowed). Meldreth children arrived safely at school at roughly 8.00pm, returned to their parents.


What a lovely week it had been. Thank you to Mrs Willan, Mrs Pavlitski and Rebecca for looking after us!


By John Hinton and Frederick Close 20


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