Nursery’s ‘Big Toddle’ raises £320 for children’s charity Barnardo’s

PUBLISHED: 08:30 20 July 2016

Back row: Rachel Clotworthy, Maddy Ringham, Erika Ringham (deputy manager), Aimee Tinkler, Lee-Ann Watson (manager) and Danielle Mortlock. Front row: Chloe Turner, Martha Norman, Chloe Fisher, Alice Stanford, Elysia Warne and Ellie Turner

Back row: Rachel Clotworthy, Maddy Ringham, Erika Ringham (deputy manager), Aimee Tinkler, Lee-Ann Watson (manager) and Danielle Mortlock. Front row: Chloe Turner, Martha Norman, Chloe Fisher, Alice Stanford, Elysia Warne and Ellie Turner

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Clarence House Chatteris has raised more than £320 by taking part in The Big Toddle - an event that helps boost funds for the children’s charity Barnardo’s.

The theme this year was ‘wild animals’ so all children and staff put lots of effort in to make ‘wild’ costumes, said nursery manager Lee-Ann Watson.

“It was a very hot day so some of the younger children didn’t take part but the older children did a short walk in Chatteris after being sponsored by friends and family.

“All the children enjoyed dressing up as wild animals - as did the staff!

“Thank you to all the people that have sponsored us to do this and help support a great charity!”

The children and staff have already beaten their target of £250, having raised £320 with more money due to be collected.


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