09:00AM, Wednesday 03 August 2016
Unicycling, stilts, acrobatics and tightrope walking were all skills learnt at the Norden Farm holiday club for circus week.
More than 70 children joined the club, which ran from Monday, July 25 until Friday, to learn circus skills.
Robyn Bunyan, education officer at Norden Farm, said: "Circus week as always was an absolute triumph, it's one of our most exciting weeks.
"We had 72 children take part, there are some children who bring their own unicycles because they come back year after year.
"Some children were a bit nervous at the beginning of the week but by lunchtime they were on five foot stilts. It's amazing how confident they become."
At the end of the week children got the chance to show off their new skills to friends and family in a performance in the Courtyard theatre.
This week is theatre week and next week will be arts week.
Visit www.nordenfarm.co.uk for more information.
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