Egg-citing time on bonnet parade

By Ian Dipple Thursday 17 April 2014 Updated: 18/04 08:17

YOUNGSTERS at Tudor Hall Nursery had an egg-citing time when they held an Easter bonnet parade and egg hunt fun day.

Children spent hours working on their creations before putting their innovative designs on show at the Birmingham Road nursery last Friday (April 11).

Hannah Stokes, nursery manager, said: “The part of the day they enjoyed the most was the Easter egg hunt which involved lots of chocolate being eaten by children, staff and parents.”

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