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B ram cote Ju­nior School cur­rently sit sat No .1 in the na­tional Year One ta­ble for Word Ma­nia –a na­tional word build­ing com­pe­ti­tion.

1. Staff are cel­e­brat­ing at Pa­pas Fish and Chips in Scar­bor­ough af­ter Ge­orge Pa­pas was named the Dry­wite Young Fish Fryer of the Year. His fa­ther Sid, also pic­tured, said: “I am so proud of him. We are all so ex­cited about the award.” Pic­tured are Dave Wells, Sid Pa­pas, Mayor Si­mon Green, win­ner Ge­orge Pa­pas, May­oress Val Green, Dino Pa­pas, Emma Bur­rows and Josh Jor­dan. Pic­ture by Richard Pon­ter 170703

2. Bram­cote Ju­nior School has been named the win­ner in the Year 1 con­test for Word Ma­nia – a na­tional word build­ing com­pe­ti­tion. They were also 6th in the Year 2 cat­e­gory. Pic­tured are So­phie Pen­nock, teacher Emma Jones and Hugo Guthrie. Pic­ture by Richard Pon­ter 170505

3. Fri­arage School pupils were vis­ited by Dr Lin­coln Sergeant, North York­shire County Coun­cil’s di­rec­tor of pub­lic health, as part of a spe­cial event fo­cused on health and well­be­ing. Pic­tured are co­head­teacher Ruth Blamires, Dr Lin­coln Sargeant, Cllr Janet Jef­fer­son, Jen­nie Log­gie and co-head­teacher Ch­eryl Cap­ple­man with pupils. Pic­ture by Richard Pon­ter 170619

4. A fash­ion show at The Downe Arms in Wyke­ham raised £904 for Saint Cather­ine’s Hospice. Pic­tured is Penny Camp­bell re­ceiv­ing the dona­tion from or­gan­is­ers He­len Neal and Jan Dray­cott. Sub­mit­ted.

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