Smooth operators act as hosts
BUDDING young actors entertained members of the community by staging a production. Every year, the pupils of Chesham Prep School, in Two Dells Lane, Orchard Leigh, invite members of the community to see their summer production, which this year was titled Surgical Sensations at St Sennapods.
During the interval, pupils and staff served tea and cakes to the audience invited from local residential homes, church groups and pupils’ grandparents.
Mary Nichols, 91, was in the audience, along with Caron Masters from Culwood House.
Mrs Nichols is a past parent of Chesham Prep School as her three sons, Richard, Roger and Paul attended the school.
She was quite emotional when she remembered her time at the school and said: “It’s really lovely being back!”
Audrey White and June Wilson from the Senior Fellowship at St Mary’s in Chesham, also attended. They said that they always look forward to coming and this year’s performance was up to the usual high standard.
Ms White added: “It’s lovely to see the children enjoying taking part and the musical content is superb, both the instrumental and the singing.”
MEINME HOST: Year six pupil William Snoxall serves cakes to audience members Inset – Mary Nichols, 91, was in the audience, along with Caron Masters from Culwood House
SHOWTIME: Audrey White (right) and June Wilson (left) from the Senior Fellowship in St Mary’s, Chesham
VISITORS: Mr and Mrs Doug Thornton, from Chesham Bois, (left) wwith their friend Mrs Joiner
RUSHED TO THEATRE: The comic play was set in a hospital