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Parents use new play innovation

PUBLISHED: 18:26 05 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:34 30 June 2010

Parents use new play innovation called Snug

Parents use new play innovation called Snug

PARENTS of children who attend Edward Worlledge Junior School were given the opportunity to use a new play innovation called Snug this week. Snug is run by the Great Yarmouth Borough Council and funded in the local area by The Big Lottery.

PARENTS of children who attend Edward Worlledge Junior School were given the opportunity to use a new play innovation called Snug this week. Snug is run by the Great Yarmouth Borough Council and funded in the local area by The Big Lottery. It encourages children to have social interaction, cooperation and inspires creativity and stimulates natural exercise. Despite the adverse weather conditions on the day, the children, and parents alike, all seemed to enjoy themselves.


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