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2006 January

* CARROG SCHOOL

All the school children went to see the “Bili Winion” show in the Corwen Pavilion which was organised by the Welsh Language Board. The governors, staff and children enjoyed a delicious Christmas Dinner cooked by Aunty Yvonne and in the evening the children provided the entertainment for the Annual Carols around the Village Hall Christmas Tree. There was a visit from Santa and the lights were ceremonially switched on by Sam Hughes of Year 1.

The Annual Concert this year was Hosannah Rock which was performed in the Village Hall to parents and the members of the community.

The children had a very enjoyable morning at Carrog Station (which is of course renamed Lapland at this time of year!) and entertained Santa with their singing. There were presents for all before setting off on a train ride to Glyndyfrdwy. The school council had raised money to buy presents for the railway station staff as a Thank You for a really memorable experience.

Santa was busy once again with another visit to the school for the children’s Christmas party which had been prepared by the parents and staff. Term finally ended with a Christingle Service in church when Amber, Hollie Laura and Rachael carried Christingle candles to the altar.

Many thanks to all those who generously collected Tesco tokens for the school. Over 1300 were collected and these will be used for the purchase of sports equipment.

Carrog School at Lapland Station (a)Carrog School at Lapland Station (b)

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