Pyjama day to help children

By Ian Dipple Friday 07 March 2014 Updated: 07/03 09:46

YOUNGSTERS at a Redditch nursery wore their pyjamas for the day to raise money for disabled children.

Staff also joined in the fun at Tudor Hall Nursery on Birmingham Road in aid of Crackerjacks Children’s Trust. The day raised about £50 for the charity.

Manager Hannah Stokes said: “As a fully inclusive nursery the staff and children understand how important it is these children have the equipment and resources they need to experience a truly fulfilled life. We all had so much fun dressing in our pyjamas for such a worthy cause.”

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