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Busy Bees' Lazy Town party

PUBLISHED: 17:35 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:13 30 June 2010

CHILDREN and staff from Busy Bees Nursery supported Sports Relief, holding a Lazy Town party, making masks, dressing up and having a tea party.

The nursery raised a total of £60 by making cakes every day to sell to friends and family.

CHILDREN and staff from Busy Bees Nursery supported Sports Relief, holding a Lazy Town party, making masks, dressing up and having a tea party.

The nursery raised a total of £60 by making cakes every day to sell to friends and family.

Nursery manager, Rebecca Batley, said; “Red Nose Day is not only fun for the children, but also helps raise awareness and money for a worthy cause. It's great that we had the opportunity to take part in the fundraiser, and the children love Sportacus from Lazy Town.”


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