St George’s Day celebrated across North Somerset

PUBLISHED: 09:00 04 May 2015 | UPDATED: 11:06 04 May 2015

St Georges Day, Worlebury Primary School.

St Georges Day, Worlebury Primary School.


ST GEORGE’S Day was celebrated in style in Weston and its surrounding villages, with tea parties, dress-up days and football sessions from the FA.

St Georges Primary School enjoyed a special visit from former England football international Jermaine Jenas and England Women’s under-23 goalkeeper, Mary Earps.

The duo led a number of football sessions at the school to celebrate the English patron saint’s day last Thursday.

Other primary schools across the district also got into the spirit of the day, letting pupils leave their school uniforms at home in favour of their guiding and scouting attire.

Sandford residents enjoyed a special concert in All Saints’ Church to raise money for the building.

The Somertones performed a range of songs and Thatchers donated cider to the event.

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