photos: Choirs compete in festival song contest in Burnham-On-Sea
of youngsters were in good voice during a unique singing contest
held in Burnham-On-Sea on Wednesday (March 13th) as part of the
Highbridge Festival of The Arts.
the first time in the festival's 66 year history, there were so
many that singers in the school choirs category that a decision
was taken to hold the event in St Andrew's Church.
The standard of singing impressed the huge audience and adjudicators,
who awarded first place to Castle Batch School
from Worle. Second place went to Highbridge's Churchfield Voices
Choir and third was Burnham's St Andrew's School.
Andrew's Church vicar Rev'd Graham Witts told Burnham-On-Sea.com:
"We were delighted to host this unique competition as part
of the festival - it was a superb morning."
The youngsters from St Andrew's School in Burnham were in fine
Castle Batch School's choir from Worle, near Weston, were the
Mark First School impressed the audience with their super singing
Churchfield Voices Choir was on top form when it performed on
East Brent School's choir gave a fantastic performance at Wednesday's