Search for talented St Neots singers, dancers and entertainer has begun

08:00 08 June 2014

St Neots Got Talent winner Jasmine Plumb (11)

St Neots Got Talent winner Jasmine Plumb (11)

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If you’re a singing sensation, an acting ace or a magic master, then your talents could be just what they’re looking for in St Neots.

The St Neots’ Got Talent competition is back and on Friday, July 25, contestants will competing to win a trophy at the Priory Centre.

The lucky winner will also receive coverage in The Hunts Post and get the chance to perform at the Dragon Boat Festival on August 9.

Last year, Jasmine Plumb took first place with her rendition of The Lion’s Roar by Swedish sisters First Aid Kit.

Organiser Lisa Prestidge said: “The show is always a fantastic event full of talented people both young and more mature.

“Last year we had a crowd of more than 100 show up to watch the talent show and a great day was had by all.”

The competition starts at 4.30pm. To enter the competition, complete the booking form and return to the Priory Centre with the £2.50 fee. Forms can be downloaded at www.huntspost24.co.uk. For more information, call 01480 388922 or visit www.thepriorycentre.com. Entry is open to people from the St Neots area.

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