Easter fun enjoyed by all at nursery

Cotswold Journal: Noah Cleaver and Will Carroll, both aged four, showing off their Easter bonnets at the Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery Easter egg hunt and teddy bears picnic. Noah Cleaver and Will Carroll, both aged four, showing off their Easter bonnets at the Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery Easter egg hunt and teddy bears picnic.

AN Easter egg hunt, Easter bonnet parade, teddy bears picnic and even egg and spoon races were enjoyed by all at a nursery near Shipston last week.

Nearly 100 parents, grandparents and children joined in Easter fun and games at Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery, in Upper Tysoe last Thursday.

Rachel Giorgio, Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery Manager, said: "Despite the weather being overcast, we all had a great time finding the 150 Easter eggs hidden in the nursery's forest school.

“We set up bales of hay in the paddock to sit on for our teddy bears picnic and the children had fun having tea with their bears, while parents and grandparents were treated to hot cross buns in the treehouse.

“The Easter bonnets made by the children were magnificent and it was very hard to pick a winning bonnet from each room, as they were all so good.”

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