Mother’s Day breakfast is success at Emneth nursery as little ones spend time with their mums

PUBLISHED: 12:23 08 March 2018 | UPDATED: 12:23 08 March 2018

Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Kate Griffith, Penelope Griffith (four months) and Esme Griffith, four.

Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Kate Griffith, Penelope Griffith (four months) and Esme Griffith, four.

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A special breakfast and cream tea morning was held at an Emneth nursery to celebrate Mothers Day.

Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Harper Goodale, four.Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Harper Goodale, four.

Emneth Nursery School & Children’s Centre, in Hollycroft Road, welcomed 26 families to the event, which saw sausage baps and croissants dished up.

Tasty cream teas were also served in the afternoon, with mums able to have a natter and spend quality time with their little ones.

Holly Bowman, headteacher, said: “It was a real success. We had three sittings for breakfast in the morning and parents were given bunches of flowers.

Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Maisie Woods, three, Emma Baker and Poppy Woods, two.Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Maisie Woods, three, Emma Baker and Poppy Woods, two.

“It was a chance for those to come together and spend time with loved ones and we had some great feedback.

“Everyone said that they wished we could do something like it everyday!”

The event was open to all female role models who play an important part in the children’s lives.

Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Sharah Satt and Jack Stanford, four.Mothers Day Breakfast at Emneth Nursery: Sharah Satt and Jack Stanford, four.

The centre has 110 children aged from babies to four.

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