Fee-fi-fo-fum fun at Lyndhurst


AUDIENCES enjoyed a journey up into the clouds as youngsters at Pocklington’s Lyndhurst School performed Jack and the Beanstalk.

The production told the familiar story of Jack, who sells the farm’s cow in exchange for magic beans which leads to an unexpected adventure for him, his mother and his farmyard friends.

Lyndhurst organised two evening performances for parents and friends and one matinee performance for local schools.

Jack And The Beanstalk was the first year three and four production by the primary school and Rob Stewart, deputy head, said it had been a success.

He said: “From start to finish this project was a real joy to lead as the children were so full of enthusiasm. All of our years three and four children were involved and our lead performers were able to show off their tremendous talent.

“The cast worked so hard in all aspects of the production with learning lines and songs as well as learning and rehearsing different movements and dances.

“I am so grateful for the support I received from colleagues, in particular with costumes, set, special effects and singing coaching, which helped to make the production such an amazing spectacle.”