Review earns Wiveliscombe youngster a date with FAME

This is The West Country: Freya, centre, is pictured being congratulated by Taunton Prep School deputy head Simon Bailey and Jayne Hornsby, head of expressive arts. Freya, centre, is pictured being congratulated by Taunton Prep School deputy head Simon Bailey and Jayne Hornsby, head of expressive arts.

YOUNG Freya Carey-Wood certainly proved she has a way with words.

The Wiveliscombe Primary School pupil, aged ten, won first prize for a review of her experience after attending a performing arts enrichment morning at Taunton Prep School.

The event was designed to bring together gifted pupils from across the area and Freya's acrostic earned herself a trip to Bristol to watch FAME.

Freya, centre, is pictured being congratulated by Taunton Prep School deputy head Simon Bailey and Jayne Hornsby, head of expressive arts.

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