Pictures: Nativity pictures from across Uttlesford

PUBLISHED: 18:45 17 December 2014

From left, Alfred, Emily, Joel and Natasha play animals visiting the newborn in Ashdon Primary School's take on the nativity story.

From left, Alfred, Emily, Joel and Natasha play animals visiting the newborn in Ashdon Primary School's take on the nativity story.

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Hundreds of youngsters across the district have been taking to the stage, many for the first time, as they act out Christmas stories in front of packed audiences.

While it might be more nail-biting for parents than the young performers, the nativity and its numerous variations are a special time for all involved.

There’s the usual mix of kings and wise men, shepherds and angels, donkeys and sheep, not to forget a whole host of Marys and Josephs. We hope Reporter readers enjoy our spread of pictures.

If you have a nativity picture you would like to share, send it to editor@saffronwalden-reporter.co.uk and we will include more in next week’s edition.

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