Disney day raises cash for charity

By Ian Dipple Friday 04 July 2014 Updated: 04/07 09:07

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Buy photos » Manager Alex Doehler joins Alice Denby (4), Finley Cope (2), Alfie Blundell (1) and Poppy-May Blundell (3) in wearing fancy dress for charity. Photo by Marcus Mingins 2714003MMR

CHARACTERS from the world of Disney invaded a Cookhill nursery for a dress up day.

Tiny Tribes was transformed as children turned up as princesses and figures from hit films including Frozen, Monsters Inc and Toy Story.

Manager Alex Doehler even joined in the fun by turning up dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean series.

The day was in aid of Crackerjacks Children’s Trust, which provides support for families with severely disabled children, and so far has raised £52.

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