Girl guiding talent show

PUBLISHED: 09:56 31 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:10 30 May 2010

Overall competition winners Georgina Moxon and Rosie Coopersmith   Picture: SUBMITTED

Overall competition winners Georgina Moxon and Rosie Coopersmith Picture: SUBMITTED

A NEW competition to the Dunmow District girl guides highlighted the many talents of the local guides, brownies and rainbows. Twelve acts consisting of a trumpet player, a violinist, singers, dancers, gymnasts, a poet, Hula Hoopers and a comedy show, took

A NEW competition to the Dunmow District girl guides highlighted the many talents of the local guides, brownies and rainbows.

Twelve acts consisting of a trumpet player, a violinist, singers, dancers, gymnasts, a poet, Hula Hoopers and a comedy show, took part in the Has Girlguiding Got Talent at Barnston Village Hall.

And they did not disappoint with a very high standard of talent wowing the three judges and the audience.

The three winners were: In third place Tabitha Weston and Eleanor Layton-Joyce from 1st Barnston Rainbows with the Chick Chick Chick Chick Chicken song.

In second place Jessica O'Connor, Grace Evans and Sophie Hipperson from 3rd Dunmow Brownies with I wish I was a punk rocker.

And in first place Georgina Moxon and Rosie Coopersmith, from 1st Barnston Brownies, with a comedy cooking show.

At the very end the audience were treated to a song from all the guiders and assistant guiders.

The competition was such a success that it will become an annual event.


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