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Harleston, Norfolk. Harleston Primary School children making Gingerbread Houses with their parents from left Tanya Holloway, Tia Holloway, Tazmin Holloway, Ava Eden and Zoe Eden

Harleston, Norfolk. Harleston Primary School children making Gingerbread Houses with their parents from left Tanya Holloway, Tia Holloway, Tazmin Holloway, Ava Eden and Zoe Eden

Almost 100 gingerbread houses have been made through a workshop across the Harleston cluster of schools.

Run by the Cluster team, different workshops are held every term. So far, events have been held at Brockdish, Pulham and Harleston Primary schools, with the final one to be held at Alburgh with Denton Primary School on Tuesday. The gingerbread was supplied by Paul Muncila, of the Tudor Bakehouse, which has stores in Harleston, Diss and Eye.

Cluster co-ordinator Emma Johnson said the gingerbread workshop is the most popular they have ever run, with more than 200 people expected to have attended the four events : “Compared to the other workshops where we have had about 20 to 25 people at a workshop, we have had double the number of people we normally have.

“The aim of it is family learning. We encourage parents to learn alongside their children - children working with their parents or guardian to achieve something.

“Paul has been very helpful - making a hundred gingerbread houses is no easy feat!”

Pictured is Tanya, Tia and Tazmin Holloway, with Ava and Zoe Eden at Pulham Primary School on Tuesday.

 

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