Sidmouth babies prepare for nativity performance
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A pair of babies are preparing for their debut performance in a nativity scene.
Honey Hodgson, nine weeks, and Eliza Easton-Woodruff, six weeks, will share the role of baby Jesus in the Follow The Star community event.
The show will run from 5pm to 6.30pm during tonight’s late-night shopping at Sidmouth Prayer Room in Holmdale.
Honey’s mum Gemma said she was ‘privileged’ to have been asked to take part.
Ann Worthington, co-organiser of the event, said: “It’s an alternative to all the glitz and glamour. We are always grateful for our mothers offering their babies to play the baby Jesus.”
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Eliza’s mum Jordan added she was excited for the six-week-old to take part.
Refreshments, including mulled cider and biscuits, will be available at the free event.
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