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Telford School Festival makes a Return

Telford School Festival makes a Return

The Telford Priory School in Wrockwardine Wood are finally able to hold their annual summer festival, having missed 2 years due to COVID.

The theme of the event is Diversity; “Everyone is Different and Everyone is Welcome”. Entry to the event is free and everyone can join the fun. There will be stalls, food and drink, henna tattoos, information from Deaf N Able, Safe Place Shropshire and PODS (Parents Opening Doors), Sinclair Thomas; Paralympian, lots of fun activities as well as loads of diverse entertainment including Telford rapper; Trademark Blud, Alex Vann Music, a steel band and a variety of other entertainers.

The main event is a student talent show in the style of X Factor with judges including Ms Jordan, headteacher; Miss Charlie, a female impersonator; and The Mayor of Telford; Raj Mehta. Open to everyone, the organisers promise to make it an unmissable and entertaining event.

Stacey Jordan, Headteacher, said “I am so pleased that we are once again able to invite the local community into our school and enjoy some brilliant free and fun activities! The rest of the week in
school will be spent learning about diversity and how everyone is different, but we all have so much in common and we should be celebrating what makes us unique. Visitors will be able to view the
students’ work as part of the festival on the Saturday.

The event takes place on Saturday 2nd July between 10am and 1pm at the school which is next door to The Telford Tennis Centre.

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