Youngsters aged six months to four-years-old put on a special harvest performance for parents, grandparents and guardians at ABC @ Hoo on Thursday, October 2.
The outside performance involved children sitting on bales of hay in the grounds of the nursery, which is based at Hoo Farm at Preston On The Weald Moors, singing songs and dancing for the audience.
ABC Day Nursery owner Penny Hustwick, said: “It was a fabulous afternoon and all the parents and children had a lovely time.
“All the children have been working really hard over the last few weeks learning about harvest and drawing and painting pictures and decorations ready for the performance.
“They all looked wonderful dressed in their scarecrow costumes and we would like to thank all parents and guardians for turning out to support the event.”
Over the last few weeks children and parents at Hoo have been collecting food to put together a harvest package.
The parcel will be collected today (Friday, October 3) and taken to help homeless people at Mark’s Pit Stop, based at the Community Health and Enterprise Centre in Madeley.
Mrs Hustwick, who also operates sites in Hadley, Lightmoor and Hollinswood, thanked everyone for their generosity.
She said: “We should always be thinking about those less fortunate than ourselves but especially at harvest time. Our harvest parcel will go along way to helping those who use Mark’s Pit Stop.”
For more information on ABC nursery please follow this link
10th July 2012
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