Stevenage super pupils raise more than £100 for Children in Need
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Nursery school pupils in Stevenage raised more than £100 for Children in Need by holding a cake auction and dressing up as super heroes.
Busy Bees nursery in Great Ashby held events throughout the week in the run up to the annual fundraiser.
Children made Pudsey Bear masks, held a pre-school talent show, parents bake-off competition and pyjama day.
Nursery manager Lisa Stevens said: “Children in Need is always a big day for us and each year we really enjoy fundraising for such a worthy cause.
“To see our own little super heroes and heroines dressed up for the day was very special and we want to thank parents for going the extra mile to make this day a success.
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“The children have adored showing off their costumes to friends and getting stickers for carrying out little, but important, heroic acts at nursery, whilst helping to support those less fortunate than themselves.”
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