Smooth op­er­a­tors act as hosts

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCHOOL REPORT -

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

Con­trib­uted

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

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