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‘Now that’s a BIG one!” Tilgate bakery launches a FOOT LONG Pig’n’Blanket

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Tilgate Bakery on Tilgate Parade in Crawley has something extra big this Christmas…. a foot long Pig’n’Blanket.

With a Turkey Dinner Pasty, mince pies, Christmas cake slices and more, the festive addition of a 12 inch Pig’n’Blanket has already got customers talking.

Jane Kirkham, owner of Tilgate Bakery said:

“We always try and do something different at Christmas and this year, we came up with a foot long Pig’n’Blanket.

A tasty huge foot long sausage wrapped in streaky bacon, piping hot for just £3 or in our freshly baked baguette for just £3.70. It’s going down a storm with our customers”

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Crawley’s Thomas Bennett Students Celebrate Christmas with a Winter Concert

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Students at Thomas Bennett Community College celebrated Christmas with an amazing Winter Concert held last night.

More than 25 students performed and showcased an amazing array of talent.  Performances included some Christmas classics as well a vast array of music and songs from all genres.

The school hall was packed to the rafters with family, friends and staff all of whom came to watch.  Decorated beautifully for Christmas the atmosphere in the school was fantastic.  The highlight of course was the students, whose talent was just incredible.  Students played a range of instruments including keyboard, guitar and drums.  There was also plenty of vocal performances from students whose outstanding talent was just phenomenal.

Lots of hard work and commitment went into making the evening such a success.  Students have been practising tirelessly in the weeks leading up to the event to ensure that they were able to perform with confidence.  The schools Sixth form students also played in a big part and helped organise the event and made sure it run smoothly. 

However, the concert wouldn’t have been such a huge success without the hard work of the schools entire music department.  Mr. Dobson, Ms. Wookey and Ms. Harvey all worked phenomenally hard to ensure that the evening was brilliant.  Their passion for music and teaching really shone through.

The event was the perfect way to finish the winter term. 

Headteacher, Stuart Smith said:

“The Winter Concert was just incredible.  I really couldn’t be prouder of the outstanding talent shown by the students last night.  The event was a real highlight of the year and wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work of Mr. Dobson and the music department.  We have some incredibly gifted students and watching them perform last night with such confidence was amazing to see.”

The whole school community enjoyed the experience so much that they are now busy thinking ahead and are getting ready to prepare for their Easter music concert.

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