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WATCH THE FILM: St Wilfrid’s launch their version of ‘Elf’ and wow!!!

They’ve only gone and done it again. The Crawley school has become reknowned for their amazing christmas films and this year they have really pushed Santas sleigh out!

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It was their biggest challenge to date.

Their epic mini version of ‘Elf’ took three weeks to film and edit and features sixty four members of staff.

For the first time ever, every department in the school features.

Various filming techniques were used to achieve the finished product, including perspective filming, blue screen effects, and even raising the entire set off the ground for the Miles Finch scene!

The film was produced and directed by Mr Josh Smith, Miss Demi Jay Broadhead and Miss Niamh Slatter and features Mr Stephen White as Buddy the Elf.

The opening artwork was created by Year 13 student, Gina Ardines.

So sit back with your hot chocolate and marshmallows and enjoy this remake of what  is now a classic.

 

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Help Crawley Council plan the future of your town

Crawley Borough Council has started work on a review of its local plan that will help to guide development in Crawley over 15 years from 2020-2035.

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This draft local plan review follows a review of the existing adopted local plan.

However, there is a greater emphasis on a number of policy areas, including health and wellbeing, higher environmental standards for new houses and housing to meet a wider range of needs.

Crawley Council say that it is important that local people, groups and organisations are able to put across their views and participate in the way that we plan the future of the town.

From now until 16 September they are asking people to let them know what they feel are the most important issues for Crawley that will need to be planned for over the next 15 years.

The staffed consultation events take place at:

  • County Mall on Saturday 27 July from 10.30am-4pm
  • Town Hall on Monday 29 July from 10.30am-4pm
  • K2 Crawley on Monday 5 August from 3-8pm
  • Crawley Library on Tuesday 6 August from 5-6pm
  • County Mall on Saturday 17 August from 10.30am-4pm
  • Town Hall on Monday 19 August from 10.30am-4pm
  • Crawley Library on Monday 9 September from 5-6.30pm.

Councillor Peter Smith Cabinet member for Planning and Economic Development, said:

“Anyone interested in the future of Crawley should get involved in this consultation. 

“The local plan review is all about finding out what you want to see the town look like. We’ll be asking questions at events and online to get your feedback. Please take your chance to shape the future of your town.”
 

For more information visit crawley.gov.uk/crawley2035 or email forward.plans@crawley.gov.uk

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