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PUBLISHED: 21:00 26 June 2013

Nutty Noah with Pupils

Nutty Noah with Pupils

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A FORMER Britain’s Got Talent auditionee and child entertainer made sure children still had a good day after their picnic was cancelled because of the weather.

Community charity XTND had arranged the picnic for pupils and their families from Bournville and Windwhistle Primary Schools where they could learn circus skills, take part in a puppet workshop and make various crafts.

When the event was cancelled Nutty Noah kept children entertained with fun and games while many of the other activities went ahead indoors.

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