Children star in Uttlesford nativities

09:00 25 December 2015

Pupils at Great Chesterford Primary School line up for their nativity play

Pupils at Great Chesterford Primary School line up for their nativity play

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Here’s a round up of all the nativities in Uttlesford.

Primary school children have been busy learning their lines to impress in front of parents, grandparents and other family members.

As well as the traditional nativity, aliens landed in two schools, stages were overrun by sheep in productions of Hey Ewe! and angels visited to star in plays.

Costumes ranged from tinsel halos, coloured capes to inflatable armbands and a lit-up star.

From all of us at the Dunmow Broadcast and Saffron Walden, merry Christmas.

And we wish you all a happy new year, which is prosperous and trouble-free.

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