Children and staff at Clarence House Day Nursery in Chatteris raise £204 for Sports Relief

PUBLISHED: 10:19 22 March 2016 | UPDATED: 10:19 22 March 2016

Aimee Tinkler (practitioner), Maddy Ringham (practitioner), Shannon Ogden (practitioner); Albany Boniface, Lacie-Mai Smith and Lexie-Mai Bennett

Aimee Tinkler (practitioner), Maddy Ringham (practitioner), Shannon Ogden (practitioner); Albany Boniface, Lacie-Mai Smith and Lexie-Mai Bennett

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Clarence House Day Nursery in Chatteris had a fun filled Friday as they helped Sports Relief by raising more than £200.

Chloe Turner, Maddy Ringham (practitioner), Alice Stanford, Erika Ringham (team leader), Ellie Turner and Joseph O’HoraChloe Turner, Maddy Ringham (practitioner), Alice Stanford, Erika Ringham (team leader), Ellie Turner and Joseph O’Hora

Children were sponsored by their families and friends to ‘Shimmy with Timmy’ - dancing to the Sports Relief Timmy the Sheep song whilst dressed up either as a sheep or in red sportswear.

They also made lots of cakes and biscuits to sell with red decorations to fit in with the Sports Relief theme.

Lee-Ann Watson, deputy manager, said: “In total we have raised £204.29 for Sports Relief.

“We would like to thank everyone that took part and for helping to raise an incredible amount for such a great cause.”


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