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Children at Avenue Nursery in Herne Bay held a special Mother's Day event last week

03 April 2014
by Aidan Barlow

Toddlers from Avenue Nursery, Herne Bay, were joined by their mums for a very special Mother's Day treat. 

The children got to show their mums and carers some of the regular activities they enjoy during their day .

Jordan Westbury and Clare Hyland with their children at Avenue nursery for Mother's Day

Jordan Westbury and Clare Hyland with their children at Avenue nursery for Mother's Day

Nursery manager Sally Moody-Smith said they baked cakes, made cards and gave them all a special gift.

She added: “We welcomed parents in and it was nice for the children to have face painting and hand prints.

“There were lots of happy faces, and it made the mums and carers feel very valued.”

Children also raised more than £200 with their Sport Relief mile where they walked to the seafront and back.

They were escorted by fun characters and members of the Premier Youth Group.

The full story and pictures can be read in this week's Herne Bay Gazette newspaper on page 12.

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