19 November 2012 / TRURO HIGH'S GOT TALENT
The audience cast their vote after everyone had performed and the top three acts were then judged by headmistress Caroline Pascoe, actress and Miracle Theatre Company founder Keri Jessiman and speech and drama tutor Sue Bradbury.
Phoebe Reynolds, 14, from St. Austell, came first singing her own composition ‘Marathon', Martha Camerer-Cuss, 18, from Ponsanooth, and Gina Rowe, 17, from Hayle, came second with their song ‘Last Request' and group singers Niamh Durkin, 14, from Stithians, Jenny Twist, 15, from Perranwell Station, Lydia Pearse, 14, from Truro, Annie Wilde, 14, from Helston, Mia Parnall, 14, from Camborne, Anna Gowenlock, 14, from Truro, Zarah Dalal, 14, from Truro and Katie Fielder, 14, from Penryn, were third with ‘Techno Fan'.
"I know I can speak for all three of us when I say that being a judge and choosing the winners was extremely tough," said Caroline Pascoe. "Everyone performed brilliantly and, although it's a cliché, there were no losers. The standard was truly remarkable."
Ends 19 November 2012
Photo: (by Bernie Pettersen) The crowds cheer Truro High's Got Talent winner Phoebe Reynolds
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