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The Talent of Spelthorne By Monica Chard, Editor


Over recent weeks we have seen for ourselves some of the immense talent in our Borough. We saw comedy at the traditional Laleham Panto, admired amazing feats of strength, agility and grace at the Spelthorne Gymnas- tics Christmas show and met with a budding star in the form of Aylis Mae from Charlton, finalist at this years Open Mic. Laleham Players put on ‘Dick and his Magic Cat’, an original take on Dick Whittington. With resident writer Annie Roper in the driv- ing seat it was bound to be fun, and it did not disappoint.


and was this year names Spelthorne Sports Club of the Year. There were moments of simply jaw dropping won- der at the show we attended., both the routines and also the high energy of the tumblers. As well as the entertaining start to the Christ- mas season, we were treated to more talent attending the final of the Spelthorne Business Plan competition. You can read more about these in this issue. Well done Spelthorne!


The stage sets were wonderfully painted, the costumes were colourful and fun and the script with many local jokes, were spot on. The comedy was enhanced by a certain num- ber of mistakes and heckling, but this definite- ly added to the fun!


If you have not seen Spelthorne Gymnastics for yourself make sure you do. This club boasts local, na- tional and international champions


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