Magic Tree Nursery raises �176 for Children in Need
Youngsters at Magic Tree Day Nursery in Dereham helped to raise �176 for Children in Need. The nursery held a raffle for a Pudsey bear cake made by Geraldine Howard.
Youngsters at Magic Tree Day Nursery in Dereham helped to raise �176 for Children in Need.
The nursery held a raffle for a Pudsey bear cake made by Geraldine Howard. They also covered a cardboard cut out Pudsey with 5ps and raised �36.10.
All the staff brought in photos of them as babies and they held a guess the baby competition. They also wore pyjamas to work and paid for the privilege.
Children were allowed to wear fancy dress or their pyjamas for a small donation.
And throughout the day children made Pudsey cakes and biscuits.
Manager Tonya Watson said they wanted to thank everyone who contributed.
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