Greatest story told again

By Nigel Slater Friday 13 December 2013 Updated: 13/12 14:54

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TEATOWELS and tinsel were part of the show at a Vale school when youngsters performed their annual nativity play.

Pupils from Offenham First School took to the stage to perform their traditional ‘A Midwife Crisis’ in front of parents and fellow pupils.

The play tells the story of a very flustered midwife and her donkey Steve mixed with moments of hilarity and festive songs to get everyone into the Christmas spirit.

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