Fundraising pyjama days and painting spots at Chatteris nursery for Children in Need
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A week of fundraising from pyjama days to a teddy bears picnic took place at a Chatteris nursery in aid of Children in Need.
Around £168 was raised by Clarence House to help disadvantaged young people across the UK.
The week started with a pyjama day, then on Tuesday there was a teddy bears picnic and Wednesday was favourite costume day.
On Thursday there was a cake sale and on Friday a ‘wear your spots’ to nursery day.
Children and staff spent time creating Pudsey’s with paint and tubes.
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A Pudsey cake was donated by Nita Kennerly at Sweet Retreat, which raffle tickets were sold for.
Charlotte Walton, manager, said: “The children and staff have had a lovely week, talking about coloured spots on Pudsey, their favourite bears and who they are going to share their cakes with.
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“Not only have we raised money, we have used this as an opportunity to further our children’s learning.”
The nursery will also be hosting a festive family fundraiser on December 16 to raise money for St Barnabas Hospice.
If any companies would like to donate raffle prizes, the nursery would be grateful.