Superhero, rainbow, bad hair and pyjama day’s at Clarence House nursery in Chatteris raise over £200 for Children In Need

PJ Day, from left Lee-Ann Watson (deputy manager) and Kim Campbell (practitioner), from left front r

PJ Day, from left Lee-Ann Watson (deputy manager) and Kim Campbell (practitioner), from left front row; Rowan Ballantyne, Thomas Fuller, Max Allan - Credit: Archant

Clarence House Day Nurseries in Chatteris has been busy fundraising for Children In Need this week with a different event each day.

Be A Hero day; Dexter Campbell

Be A Hero day; Dexter Campbell - Credit: Archant

On Monday, children and staff enjoyed a pyjama day, Tuesday invited everyone to come to nursery in their favourite colours for rainbow day while Wednesday was bad hair day.

Then on Thursday children – and staff – brought their cuddly toys in for a teddy bears picnic and on Friday, everyone dressed up in their favourite superhero outfits.

Kristen Dutton, nursery manager, said: “All week we have had themed dressing up days as well as selling cakes, biscuits and pizza made by the children, all to raise money for Children in Need.

“Both staff and children have had a really fun week and we have already raised £260 so far!

Bad Hair Day, back row; Malachi Furlong, Erika Ringham (team leader), Maddy Ringham (practitioner),

Bad Hair Day, back row; Malachi Furlong, Erika Ringham (team leader), Maddy Ringham (practitioner), front row; Elysia Warne, Martha Norman, Alice Stanford, William Black - Credit: Archant


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“We would like to thank all the parents for their support and generous donations”, she added.

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Be A Hero day, back row; Lee-Ann Watson (deputy manager), Kim Campbell (practitioner), Lucy Howard (

Be A Hero day, back row; Lee-Ann Watson (deputy manager), Kim Campbell (practitioner), Lucy Howard (team leader), front row; Connor Smith Jack Turner, Max Allan, Rowan Ballantyne - Credit: Archant

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