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Schools in south Trafford celebrate World Book Day
6:10am Sunday 16th March 2014 in News
SOME of literature’s most colourful characters roamed through Siuth Trafford as primary and secondary school pupils celebrated World Book Day.
The aim of the hugely popular event is to encourage more children to take up reading.
Pupils at Loreto Grammar School in Altrincham joined in the fun and pictured from left to right Ciara O'Neal (11) as Alice, Grace Edwards (12) as Dorothy with the ever faithful Toto and flashing blade Monika Bilechowska (12) as D'Artagan.
World Book Day appeals to youngsters of all ages and children at Altrincham Church of England Primary School played their part.
Pictured (back row, left to right) are Harry Davenport 5,Phoebe Dunn-Barrett 7,Georgina Taylor 6,Isla Sullivan 4,William Ballam 4,and (front row, left to right) Adam Greenway 5, Pippa Hornby 5, Freddie Kent 6 and Thomas Morloney, 6.
Youngsters at Altrincham Preparatory School took part in WBD and pictured at the front is Danny Wood (6) as the Highway Rat and from left to right in the background is Dillon Lucas (5) as the Stickman, Antoni Piekara (5) as Mog the Cat and Dev Banerjee (6) as Mowgli.
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